The family of Perparim Delija, a Kosovar reported to have been killed in Syria, claims he died in an accident.
The available narratives about violent extremism in Kosovo have less to do with Kosovo’s ‘radical Islamists’ and more with projected fears of a Europe that is polarized.
An investigation reveals that a discrepancy between the Kosovo Correctional Service and the Ministry of Education is leaving teenagers who attempted to join terrorist organizations out of school.
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.
Limited resources and exclusion from international security organizations impeded Kosovo’s counterterrorism capacities in 2016, claims the US State Department.