Kosovo’s Justice Ministry took a step towards setting up a new War Crimes Research Institute on the 22nd anniversary of the Recak massacre.
Around ten percent of Kosovo’s population emigrated in the second half of the 2010s, and migration is still on the mind of many young people across the country....
The curfew in high risk municipalities remains in force but now applies between 21:30 and 05:00, while businesses are now permitted to operate until 22:00 in lo...
Acting President Vjosa Osmani has announced that she will compete in the elections as part of the electoral list of Vetevendosje and will seek to be elected as Kosovo president by the incoming Assembly.
St. Hakif Zejnullahu, Ulpiana neighborhood, Prishtina, 10000
Since the beginning of last year, a tiny punetori (workshop) called Pelini's has been tackling the food industry's gross reliance on non-reusable plastics by selling kitchen cupboard staples in bulk using recycled and multi use packaging. Squeezed in between two graffitied garage doors on Hakif Zejnullahu street in Prishtina's Ulpiana neighborhood, the shop prides itself in promoting the idea of zero-waste. Besides Hambare, it is the only shop in town that supports limited waste production by selling bulk goods in reusable containers. Customers can help their cause by br...
> Mulli Buke & Kafe is perfect for slow weekend mornings with friends, catching up over a cup of coffee amidst the fragrant smell of freshly baked croissants.
> Urban dining with a clear conscience, Thana Rosticeri cooks up seasonal meals with local produce.
> Residents and visitors that have been climbing the peaks of the Mokna mountains near Istog for years hope that interest in tourism in the area grows, and more people will be able to experience the unique beauty of this lesser known hiking hotspot.
A BIRN investigation has discovered that Kosovo’s ministries have paid out at least 2.5 million euros in salaries to former members of the Serbian Civil Protection Corps that are not showing up for work.