Serbian human rights activists commemorated the Kosovo Albanian victims of war crimes in 1999 with a protest march to the parliament building in Belgrade.
NATO’s intervention in Kosovo was an act of symbolic importance for the West’s ‘narrative of success.’ 20 years later, Kosovo is still waiting for the transformative power of the West to catch on.
Prishtina Insight’s new photo essay examines the footprints left across Kosovo by NATO’s bombing campaign, two decades after its initiation.
With the ‘night of fires’ torch procession, Kosovo ends its three-day commemoration paying respect to KLA commander Adem Jashari and his family, killed 21 years ago on Thursday.
In an interview with Jeta ne Kosove, former NATO spokesperson Jamie Shea NATO reflects on the tensest moment of alliance air campaign against Serbia – when Russian forces suddenly showed up in Kosovo.