Panic aside, pollution in Kosovo is a year-round problem without a silver bullet. There are no shortcuts to dealing with it.
Emergency measures were lifted Thursday evening, less than two days after the municipality introduced a ban on personal vehicular traffic in the city center to combat air pollution.
Human Rights Watch called on the UN to provide for Roma they resettled on land contaminated by lead refuse following the Kosovo war.
Health and social policy experts running as MPs went head-to-head on health sector reform and social welfare policy, promising bigger budgets and higher pensions.
The UN expresses regret for north Kosovo’s Roma communities who suffered lead-poisoning in UNMIK-run IDP camps, but does not offer a plan for individual compensation.