Senior officials expressed sympathy for Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, who resigned after being summoned for questioning as a war crimes suspect by prosecutors in The Hague, insisting that the Kosovo Liberation Army’s armed struggle was just.
Public universities in Prizren, Peja and Mitrovica lost their accreditation for the academic year 2019/2020, making it impossible for students of these regions to enroll for classes starting in September.
Prishtina Insight sat down with Sezgin Boynik, the editor-in-chief of Finnish radical publishing house Rab-Rab, which launches the fifth issue of its political art journal in Prishtina on Thursday.
A two-day regional summit for state leaders in the Western Balkans held in Sarajevo this week will have two empty seats on Monday, as both Kosovo and Albania declined their invitations to attend.
Confirmation that a new motorway will begin construction between Istog and Prizren was announced on Thursday. Kosovo’s primary public investment in the last decade has been in asphalt, but not in the people that use it.