Kosovo is being deluged with fake news about the conflict in Ukraine, making it hard for citizens to tell what is true or false.
A report by a Pristina-based think-tank urged the Kosovo government to start taking action to oppose Russian media narratives that seek to undermine the statehood and sovereignty of Kosovo.
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.
Displaying various misleading news articles written in Kosovo online media, journalist Arta Berisha wants to start a debate on the effect of fake news on the people.
Obiliq is only eight kilometers off the capital of Kosovo, but initial reporting on the field fire that occurred there is only based on photos and videos sent by citizens. Journalists served their readers photos that date from an earlier tragedy in Istanbul.