Despite a decision taken by the Kosovo Government declaring that Monday is a working day, many schools across the country did not hold classes.
For more than a decade, no Kosovo Government has completed its full mandate amid crises that have called into question the functioning of state level politics.
Over four months after its proposal by the Kosovo Government, the Law on Economic Recovery COVID-19 passed a second reading after amendments tabled by PDK were ac...
Shpejtim Bulliqi of Vetevendosje has won the mayorship of Podujeva in the first round of voting after securing over 51 percent of the vote, ending two decades of LDK rule in the municipality.
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.
Leaders of missing persons associations have told Prishtina Insight that they feel excluded from the latest phase of the dialogue, and are not optimistic about the details of a draft agreement reached in Brussels revealed on Monday.
Expressing satisfaction with his meetings in Kosovo, the EU diplomat again pressed the government to respect all its obligations, including on the vexed issue of an Association of Serb-majority Municipalities.