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“Challenging Homophobia” is the title of the first European project for the protection and promotion of the rights of LGBT people in Kosovo.
The new criminal code procedure approved by the Kosovo Parliament makes it even more difficult for witnesses to give evidence, and risky.
Negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina are swiftly proceeding, while Serbs in Northern Kosovo fear being abandoned by the new socialist government.
For the first time in the recent history of Albania, extreme nationalism has political representation: the Red and Black Alliance.
With the acquittal at The Hague and Ramush Haradinaj's return on the political scene, in Kosovo there are open talks about a possible political alliance between the leader of AAK and current Prime Minister Hashim Thaci. From the OBC.
The Eulex mission in Kosovo is failing, in spite of its clever media campaign. A comment by Andrea Lorenzo Capussela.
As of today Kosovo has fulfilled all of its requirements to become a sovereign state and is now fully independent.
The coalition government has suggested that farming in Britain focuses on growing curry ingredients to reduce food imports and carbon emissions.
A Minister for Marketing? Why not? Promoting Kosovo’s image is something a new generation of musicians, sports people and artists is already working on, awaiting politics also to take its course.
Washed down with local wine and topped off by rich deserts, Kosovo' food will convince you to stay longer. I should know: that happened to me.
Many youths in Europe are struggling with unemployment and young adults sense that their institutions are failing. Will we see a "youthquake" in the Balkans?
The agreement between Kosovo and Belgrade, reached through EU mediation, enables Kosovo to be represented at regional summits and sign commercial agreements with third countries. At one condition, though: the country's name must be marked by an asterisk linking it to a footnote.