23 years on, residents from Qirez and Likoshan recall how their relatives were murdered in attacks by Serbian forces that galvanised support for armed resistance to the Yugoslav regime.
Underpaid, working without contracts and lacking state protection, many women employed informally as cleaners rely on the mercy of those who hire them.
Over two decades after the notorious Gurrakoc jail in western Kosovo was closed, former inmates launched a petition to preserve it as a museum to highlight the suffering of ethnic Albanian prisoners under Serbian rule.
Prishtina Insight spoke with a number of young people eligible to vote for the first time at the February 14 election, who outlined their political concerns and aspirations for the future governance of Kosovo.
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.