A trio of sisters from a village near Gjilan have dominated the table tennis world in Kosovo since 2006, and humble beginnings in their parents’ parking garage never stood in their way.
With the rise of right-wing movements in Europe and worldwide, we need a monument to remind us what was at stake during WWII.
Journalist Taulant Osmani was threatened with physical attack and verbally abused on Saturday at a protest against the relocation of a monument dedicated to the fallen of the 1941-1945 Anti-Fascist War.
While the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology promotes a new teaching methodology, schools in Kosovo are faced with more basic challenges.
Tight-knit family culture, economic strife, ancient monuments and American imports have shaped Kosovo’s most tranquil region.