Nora Visoka-Weller, who worked as translator for foreign media & diplomatic observing mission during the Kosovo war, shares her memories of the late ‘90s in an exclusive interview with BIRN.
For decades, Kosovo’s village shops have served not only as a place to buy essentials but as a focal point for the local community, a spot for socialising and sharing stories.
Every year, hundreds of children in Kosovo abandon their education in order to earn money and help make ends meet for their family.
Attics, basements, garages and even whole houses in northern Kosovo are being rented out for cryptomining, a lucrative business when electricity is ‘free’.
With the rise of the eSports industry, hours spent playing computer games have begun paying off for some of Kosovo’s most dedicated gamers.