With two of the six Turkish nationals deported to Turkey from Kosovo in 2018 now facing seven year prison sentences, Turkish residents in Kosovo with links to the...
Kosovo politicians have denounced plans made between Albanian, Serbian and North Macedonian leaders for a future small-scale Balkan version of the Schengen agreem...
The platform responsible for online ticket sales for Kosovo’s match with England on Sunday claims it is the victim of cyberattacks after constant website crashe...
The former speaker of the Kosovo Assembly Kadri Veseli is the latest former Kosovo Liberation Army member invited for questioning by the Specialist Prosecution in the Hague.
A month after parliamentary elections were held on October 6, the Kosovo Election Commision announced the final results, which see Vetevendosje receiving the most votes for the first time in the party’s history.
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Sometimes the best food exists in the places that are hardest to find, and Te Aga is no exception. Around the corner and up a small set of stairs close to the Xhamia e Carshise (the large mosque in the old town), over the road from the Brotherhood and Unity monument in Qafa, a short hidden lane lined with clothing stores leads to Te Aga (Aga’s), although there is no discernable sign or indication that a restaurant sits behind its wooden exterior and small glass door. ‘Aga’ is an endearing term in Albanian for the oldest man in the family ho...
> Thoughtful and fresh, Nosh Falafel’s do-it-yourself salad bar and vegetarian-centered fast food menu offers a range of delicious and affordable lunch choices, and a few tasty surprises as well.
> Look no further than Te Muja, an unassuming yet must-try restaurant in Prishtina’s center, for a mouth watering home-cooked dining experience.
> With stylish setting, elegant presentation and the biggest selection of fresh sushi and Asian fusion dishes in the city, newly-opened SushiCo is impressive, but its novelty certainly comes at a price.
The last four US administrations have made their mark on Kosovo, and news of a newly-appointed Special Envoy to the Balkans signals that it is the Trump administration’s turn to shoot their shot and finalize deal between Kosovo and Serbia.
In the last segment of BIRN’s #DebateforReal series on Thursday, government officials and political experts exchanged views on the uncertain future of the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia, border changes and addressing justice for war crimes.
The Berlin Summit reflected a major division among the Western partners on the Kosovo Serbia issue, while lack of coordination between Kosovo’s political elite triggered fear as to what awaits us in Paris.
The Berlin Summit talks on Monday brought to light rivalries old and new, as President Hashim Thaci and PM Haradinaj clashed over border changes, and the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue sees new EU leaders taking the reins.