While the salaries of state officials and MPs have increased dramatically in recent years, the cleaning and maintenance staff they share a workplace with are still overworked and underpaid.
The Hotel Adriatiku in Mitrovica collapsed during the night as it underwent renovations on Monday, killing one man who was discovered in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Amid a crackdown on illegal activity stemming from Prishtina’s massage parlors, employees and experts are doubtful that the obstacles to cleaning up one of Kosovo’s shadiest industries can be overcome.
A human rights court ruling, backing a Macedonian transgender man’s battle to change his gender on his birth certificate, is being watched closely in nearby Kosovo.
A number of articles supported by the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network were awarded for covering human rights issues in Kosovo, focusing on the field children’s rights.