Jamil Anderlini is editor-in-chief of POLITICO Europe and spent two decades as a reporter in China. “Chinese people should be braver!” the young man with a handful of yellow flowers Read More
Banner showing Kosovo as part of Serbia reignited tensions after a deal was struck to end rift over car number plates that risked starting new conflict.
Each year, 25th of November marks the launch of Orange the World – 16 days of activism against gender-based violence. This is however a topic that should be talked about Read More
The Football Federation of Kosovo, FFK, on Friday said it had filed a complaint to the world football governing body, FIFA, about a banner shown on Thursday in the Serbian Read More
In order to be a force for good and at the service of human welfare, technological development must come hand in hand with strong ethics and regulation, said Deputy Head Read More
Interior Minister Xhelal Svecla has said that results are expected from the incidents that took place in the north of the country, such as attacks on police officers and burning Read More
Far from the unrest and increased security on both sides of the Kosovar-Serbian border, ethnic Serbs seeking jobs instead of shedding them in protest want more of Belgrade’s attention.
The Czech Presidency of the European Union has removed the proposal for the liberalization of visas for Kosovo by January 1, 2024, from the agenda of the meeting on Wednesday Read More
While Serbian authorities haven’t yet used facial-recognition software, an RFE/RL investigation documented a legally murky operation by plainclothes police during nationwide protests in 2021 that showed how officials could abuse Read More