Ambassador Jeffrey Hovenier warned Kosovo on Thursday that the imposition of a euro-only policy, against US advice, was putting relations under a severe strain �...
Kosovo’s Press Council has added new rules to its code of ethics for journalists that aim to promote the responsible use of artificial intelligence by the media...
Kosovars cherish the historic moments when their country was proclaimed independent, a milestone firmly etched in their collective memory.
A Kosovo court sentenced Arsim Limani to four years in prison for setting fire to the house of journalist Alban Selimi in March 2023 – but while Selimi welcomed the verdict, he said the question of who ordered the attack remained unanswered.
The Sunny Hill Festival founded by globally renowned pop star Dua Lipa, will make its grand comeback in summer 2024 only in Kosovo capital, Prishtina, without having a second edition in Albania’s capital, Tirana, organiser told Prishtina Insight.
Start the day at 7 in the morning with a famous Prishtina macchiato in a simple neighborhood cafe, have another one in the centre, and end it with a drink according to the tastes of the evening. But coffee is drunk only when you have to visit some of the places, monuments, bars that must be seen. Besides that, "where, what, how and why Prishtina? What to see in Prishtina? Prishtina looks bigger from above than it does as we walk through its streets. Before seeing other places that must be visited, it is interesting first to climb to the top of the ...
> As the pandemic hit, Adelina Bikliq began posting recipes on Instagram leading her on a path to opening Adelina’s Cook Shop, a delightful Prishtina patisserie selling exceptional cheesecakes.
> The mountains behind the village of Korishe near Prizren offer a chance to delve into Kosovo’s wilderness and explore local history from ancient to modern.
> Looking for an escape from the city without going too far? Restaurant Kulla e Shqiponjes is an enticing traditional restaurant located in the village of Zllatar, a short 20 minute drive from the centre of Prishtina.
Three weeks after the terrorist attack in Banjska, North Kosovo, the European Union has refrained from imposing sanctions on Serbia, even as the sanctions against Kosovo, imposed prior to the attack, remain in place.