Tallava, a genre that is both ubiquitous and looked down upon in Kosovo, entered the Balkan music scene in the 1980s and has since evolved into the ultimate pop.
In a joint press conference, Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj and Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev agreed that there will be an international investigation on the Kumanovo case.
The attack on the Macedonian parliament by thugs is symbolic of the rise of the right worldwide and a result of decades of sacrificing justice for the sake of order in the Balkans.
A thirst for power is the driving force behind the revival of ethnic tensions in Macedonia, but only the corrupt political elites stand to gain from the nation going down in flames.
The crisis that erupted out of the Macedonian government’s practice of corruption and undemocratic rule is now reconfiguring itself into a crisis of ethnic blackmailing.