The Second World War is taught in a subjective manner, Kosovo history teachers and scholars claim.
Beyond winter’s staggering pollution peaks, there is another crucial data point we should focus on: the 2016 air quality average, which reveals a significant threat to public health in Prishtina.
As the deadline approaches for Kosovo’s potential new bid for UNESCO, criticisms resurface about the government’s failed campaign and Serbia’s counter campaign.
For 17 years, Fatose Bytyqi has been trying to get justice for his brothers' killers. He says the man who ordered their deaths is a close associate of Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic.
Retirees from minority communities complain about the lack of health and social care from Kosovo institutions.