Albania unconditionally supports a ‘well-established’ dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia, says Ditmir Bushati, Albania’s Minister for Europe and Foreign Aff...
As talks of a final deal between Kosovo and Serbia grow more frequent, Bekim Blakaj of the Kosovo Humanitarian Law Center implores both sides to consider meaningf...
Plagiarism, lack of space and absence of professors are the key issues plaguing the University of Prishtina, a study published today finds.
In photos: Protestors marched around the center of Prishtina on Wednesday, calling for the resignation of Aleksander Lumezi, chief prosecutor of Kosovo.
Mbreteresha Teuta Street
As you step inside Hannah and Friends, your eye is immediately drawn to the huge mural next to the bar, a string of striking, larger-than-life women lounging, statuesque, across the wall of this modern industrial-style cafe. The minimalist but appealing atmosphere the mural gives to the room spreads to the rest of the interior, the ceiling, walls and floor – all plastered with the same unfinished, gray cement hue. However,, with a small open fireplace in the corner and forest green plants and flowers filling the windowsills it still manages to be c...
> Joining the niche sushi-serving restaurant scene in Prishtina, Nama Sushi is underwhelming but reliable.
> Healthy and toothsome, Anise offers a broad selection of sandwiches and salads alongside a restful ambiance in downtown Prishtina.
> Offering traditional fare with a bit of a twist, Brasserie Proka in Dragodan brings some original taste to a sophisticated setting.
Amid speculation on the exact details of Serbian President Vucic’s visit to north Kosovo scheduled this Saturday, halts in the Brussels-facilitated dialogue are making negotiations ‘more difficult,’ says Thaci.