Stuck between the KEK power plant and its landfill, Dardhishte residents suffer daily from the biggest polluter in Kosovo, and institutions are not heeding their requests for relocation.
Delays to the construction of a costly new municipal swimming pool in Leposavic have mystified locals and sparked calls for an investigation into the possible misuse of the project’s finances.
Thousands of businesses have built illegal premises on state-owned land or taken over public companies’ property since the Kosovo war, but experts argue that new legislation to tackle the problem should not amnesty wrongdoers.
Pre-war graduates in Kosovo are receiving lower pension payments due to a Labour Ministry guideline that does not recognize Yugoslav-era diplomas issued from 1991 to 1999.
The unregulated dumping of body parts from slaughtered animals in landfill sites across Kosovo causes constant distress for people living nearby and also poses the risk of spreading disease.