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Holiday decorations were not much more than strands of lights entangled in the tall dormant trees linking Prizren’s streets, but they exuded their own rustic charm.
The government of Kosovo would definitely benefit from closer supervision and prudent advice as it faces its decision as to whether and when to build a second expensive highway.
In the Rugova Valley, the narrow road barely finds its way between the dark grey limestone rock faces, with their natural caves once used as fortresses. The River Bistrica-Lumbardhi flows rapidly through these faces.
The Rugova Valley has all the right credentials to soon become an exceptional destination in Kosovo for outdoor activity tourism.
One Kosovo industry once prosperous and is on its way towards a revival may surprise you: winemaking. Kosovo's wines are among the best in the Balkans.
A few nights in Prizren are a must when you travel to Kosovo to visit its people’s exuberance as well as tackle the nearby hiking opportunities.
The security situation in the North of Kosovo is deteriorating, following the continuous confrontation between KFOR forces and the local Serbs. On September 27 a violent clash left many injured. OBC’s update.
Serbs in the North of Kosovo are on the barricades again, after Eulex and Kosovo customs officers took control of the administrative crossings with central Serbia. Persons and goods now pass infrequently and only via alternative routes. Tension rises and effective international mediation is lacking. From OBC.
Perched on the southern tip of Kosovo and its border with Albania, Dragash is overlooked as a travel destination. No longer: expat Todd Wassel has come up with a guide to navigate through this special corner of Kosovo.
A step by step analysis of the agricultural development policies in South East Europe: from the process of collectivization in the 40s, to the much reduced production capacity during the conflicts of the 90s, up to the agricultural models linked to the European Union. From the OBC.
After the torching of checkpoint Jarinje, KFOR troops have only partially restored passage between Kosovo and Central Serbia, with the Kosovo Serbs facing the risk of a humanitarian crisis. From OBC’s correspondent.
The tension is still high in the North of Kosovo, after the Pristina government's attempt to take control of the border crossings with central Serbia. From an OBC correspondent.