In an exclusive anonymous interview for Jeta ne Kosove, one Kosovo Albanian purveyor of fake news says that business is booming, despite international campaigns to fight the phenomenon.
From the roots of its establishment and the history of student resistance to post-war mismanagement, a historical exhibition traces the development of the University of Prishtina over the last half century.
Playwright Jeton Nerizaj’s ‘provocative, politically incorrect’ theater production is still causing controversy as it plays once more in Prishtina on Tuesday before 55 Shades of Gay has its debut in the United States.
Former Minister of Economic Development Fadil Ismajli was selected as the executive chief of Kosovo public energy enterprise NKEC, following objections of a USAID monitor toward the process.
The United States, in pushing for a deal between Serbia and Kosovo, is losing patience with one of its closest Balkan allies.
The colors that divide
Import tariff threatens Kosovo’s most important alliance
Fake news dealers in Kosovo: lots of money and few concerns
55 Shades of Gay premiers in New York City