Limited capacities of the justice system hinder the proper investigation of crimes motivated by right-wing extremist groups.
Virginity testing is now a criminal offence in Kosovo. The practice is less common, but still goes on in private clinics and investigations of sexual abuse.
By ignoring aggravating circumstances, courts have drastically reduced the sentences issued against those who have attacked and threatened journalists.
In the urban jungle of Prishtina, wheelchair user Faruk Kukaj has enormous problems moving around his city, accessing basic services – and even casting a vote.
The energy crisis has prompted Kosovo’s Energy Corporation to sell and even give away coal – despite concerns about the likely impact on people’s health.