Women’s football has come a long way since the first season of the Kosovo Women’s League 10 years ago, but there are still challenges to overcome: a lack of financing, infrastructure and exposure, and tackling social prejudices for starters.
As we mark International Children's Day, many of Kosovo’s Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian youth continue to live in miserable conditions, plagued by food, education and healthcare shortages with no social or institutional care in sight.
The Assembly speaker’s push to create an internationally backed tribunal on Serbian war crimes that would prove Serbia guilty of genocide is a non-starter with questionable motives, civil society experts and political opposition concur.
On Saturday evening, the 64th final of the Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Tel Aviv, with Kosovo nowhere in sight. Fans in Prishtina are wondering: why isn’t Europe’s youngest country joining?
The new Prishtina-Skopje highway has been touted as a major boost to trade with Kosovo’s neighbors – but experts say the economic benefits are unclear, and the project also lacks transparency.