Vehbi Kajtazi, the editor-in-chief of Insajderi, was attacked by unknown assailants today in Prishtina.
Report published by the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs criticizes media coverage of radicalization in Kosovo, claiming it both exaggerated the issue and simplified motives.
The dominant PDK-led coalition is blatantly demanding much more airtime on pre-election TV debates than it deserves, raising claims of pressures on media.
The European Union Office in Kosovo awarded Jeta ne Kosove and KALLXO.com with the second place for investigative journalism.
Welcome to the era of fake news, in which the speed of publishing news articles is more important than their veracity.