The Albanian families from Kosovo who rescued the Jews during Holocaust, have been honored with the "Wall of Honor" in the Kosovo capital.
On May 16, 1999, Ukshin Hoti was allegedly released from the Dubrava prison in Istog having completed his jail sentence, but twenty years later the Kosovo Albanian intellectual remains one of the 1,600 people still missing from the Kosovo war.
Prishtina Insight’s new photo essay examines the footprints left across Kosovo by NATO’s bombing campaign, two decades after its initiation.
Kosovo’s first graphic novel detailing the events of the 1945 Tivari massacre in which hundreds of Kosovo Albanian men were killed was launched in Prishtina on Tuesday evening.
On the 11th anniversary of Kosovo’s independence, how do our children now view their own national and ethnic identities?