On Wednesday 13 September 2023, the NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg, will meet with the Foreign Minister of the Republic of North Macedonia and Chairperson-in-Office of the OSCE, Mr. Read More
Macedonians’ anger boiled over when prosecutors finally took action four months after damning reports of mismanagement and wrongdoing at the country’s premier state-run cancer center, including the serial theft of Read More
The environmental coalition, consisting of BIRN, D+, ACDC, and Radio Gorazdevac, has welcomed the approval of the administrative instruction that regulates the use of plastic bags in Kosovo and imposes Read More
KYIV, Ukraine — One Friday afternoon in late July, on the bank of Kyiv’s Lake Jordan, more than 400 Ukrainians gathered to celebrate their national christening. Cupcakes, pies, and cookies with Read More
North Macedonia has been waiting since 2005 for EU accession negotiations to begin. Greece finally lifted its veto in 2019, but Bulgaria continues to throw a spanner in the works.
Located approximately 15 kilometers from Prishtina, at the archaeological site of Ulpiana, a dedication inscription for the Byzantine Emperor Justinian and his wife Theodora – ‘Urbem Dardania,’ which means ‘city Read More
A variety of languages, folklore, rythms, colors, and dances came together in Prishtina for five days with a common purpose: to showcase the diversity of the world, demonstrating how numerous Read More
On Thursday, at the Harmony Hero Awards Ceremony at Kino Armata in Prishtina, Antigone Isufi was awarded for her article published in Prishtina Insight ‘Love divided: Kosovo-Serbian Couple Struggle to Read More