An all-women art exhibition from the National Gallery of Kosovo and the British Council, Perceptions/Burrneshat, opens its doors on Friday evening.
The gambling industry in Albania and Kosovo hits the most socially marginalized groups, while the governments in the two countries launch into opposing policies to tackle its damaging effects.
A day spent with Aldi Hoxha, a man with Down syndrome from Gjakova who lives, works, hangs out with friends and plays basketball in Prishtina.
Following numerous reports of animal abuse and illegal hunting throughout Kosovo, wildlife photographers and managers of designated hunting areas are pushing for change.
Twenty years after Serbian forces killed 44 people in the small village of Recak, the survivors still await justice – while historians recall it as a turning point in a grim war.