Carting her from house to house every month, a pact between four sisters to share the care of Ana, who is blind, creates its own trials for the sisters and those who depend on them.
In a bid to end ‘the longest Balkan war,’ Albanian and Greek officials are discussing maritime borders, migrant and minority rights, but will the dialogue leave out the Cham plight?
From odes to cows to random study visits, reports show just how redundant Kosovo’s 76 deputy ministers are.
Whistleblowers say lives are at risk from the scale of wrongdoing at Kosovo’s only international airport.
Bringing together locals and artists in an integrated art performance, Petrit Halilaj’s Shkrepetima will revive Runik’s long-forgotten, decrepit house of culture this Saturday.