Measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 meant that Prishtina’s fourth Pride Parade took the form of a cavalcade of cars flying the rainbow flag across the city.
Up to 1,000 businesses are estimated to have closed in Kosovo in 2020, leaving many Kosovars counting the cost of the COVID-19 crisis as unemployment soars.
Measures put in place by the Kosovo Central Bank to allow a grace period on loan repayments due to the coronavirus crisis have turned sour for many borrowers, who now find themselves with larger debts.
Raspberry production in Kosovo has soared in recent years, with rural communities across the country establishing small farms for the booming export market.
Serbia and Kosovo have asked each other to open up military archives to help reveal where missing persons from the 1998-99 war are buried - but despite cooperative rhetoric, neither appears likely to do it.