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kosovo-survey-reflects-conservative-moral-values-11-09-2015 10 Nov 15

Kosovo Survey Reflects Conservative Moral Values

Unmarried women are usually virgins while married Kosovars rarely have more than one sexual partner, a UNICEF/Kosovo Agency of Statistics survey suggests.

klina-s-football-girls-dream-came-true-09-18-2015 21 Sep 15

Kosovo Girls' Football Team Dreams of Success

A newly established women's football team in Klina has high hope for success in the country’s league - despite a good many problems.

kosovo-nominates-babai-for-the-oscars-09-10-2015 10 Sep 15

Kosovo Eyes Oscar For Tale of Fatherless Boy

Kosovo has nominated Visar Morina's Babai, the country's most expensive film ever, for the best foreign film prize at the Oscars.

film-on-kosovo-serbs-in-bid-for-oscar-09-04-2015 07 Sep 15

Film on Plight of Kosovo Serbs Bids for Oscar

‘Enclave’, a drama that follows the lives of Serbs who continued to live in Kosovo after the war, has been chosen as the Serbian candidate for the Best Foreign Language Film Award at the Oscars.

birn-s-war-movie-presented-at-bosnia-s-prestigious-film-festival-08-18-2015 19 Aug 15

BIRN Film on Kosovo Makes Debut in Sarajevo

BIRN documentary on some of the most brutal crimes of the Kosovo war had its international premiere at this year’s Sarajevo Film Festival.

birn-s-war-movie-premieres-at-sarajevo-film-festival-08-16-2015-1 17 Aug 15

BIRN’s War Movie Premieres at Sarajevo Film Festival

BIRN’s latest feature-length documentary ‘The Unidentified’, investigating the commanders responsible for some of the most brutal attacks of the Kosovo war, will be screened at this year’s Sarajevo Film Festival.

kosovo-film-festival-presents-birn-s-war-crimes-movie-08-07-2015 10 Aug 15

Kosovo Film Festival Presents BIRN’s War Crimes Movie

BIRN’s latest feature-length documentary ‘The Unidentified’, investigating the commanders responsible for some of the most brutal attacks of the Kosovo war, will be screened at this year’s DokuFest in Prizren.

festival-to-rebuild-kosovo-serbia-year-long-gap 04 Jun 15

Festival Aims to Rebuild Serbia-Kosovo Relations

A festival in Belgrade of Kosovo Albanian films, exhibitions, concerts and debates about the 1990s conflict is aimed at restoring personal contacts between Serbs and their neighbours.

the-armed-man-played-in-kosovo 16 Mar 15

British Composer Commemorates Kosovo War Dead

The Kosovo Philharmonic marked its 15th anniversary with the Pristina premiere of an anti-war mass by British composer Karl Jenkins, which is dedicated to victims of the 1998-99 conflict.

kosovars-raise-a-pint-to-emerging-beer-culture 25 Jun 14

Kosovars Raise a Pint to Emerging Beer Culture

Kosovo may drink a pittance by European standards, but drinkers and brewers at annual Beerfest say thirstier days are ahead. 

romeo-and-juliet-connects-belgrade-and-pristina 14 Apr 14

‘Romeo and Juliet’ Connects Belgrade and Pristina

Actors from Serbia and Kosovo have joined forces to stage a joint production of the Shakespeare play in a bid to promote mutual understanding and connections.

pioneering-kosovo-soap-gets-viewers-thumbs-up 28 Mar 14

Pioneering Kosovo Soap Gets Viewers’ Thumbs-Up

Kosovo’s first homemade soap opera woos viewers with tales of love triangles, blood feuds and corruption.

the-tragedy-of-bogujevci-exhibited-in-belgrade 18 Dec 13

Art Show on Kosovo Massacre Angers Hardline Serbs

An art installation dealing with Serbian war crimes in Podujevo, Kosovo, is going on show in Belgrade, in a bold move to open up a franker discussion about the Kosovo conflict.

kosovo-s-bekim-fehmiu-honored-with-post-stamp 06 Dec 13

Kosovo Honours Much Loved Actor With Stamp

In honour of Bekim Fehmiu, who died in 2010 and whose ashes were scattered in Prizren, the Post and Telecoms of Kosovo have introduced a postage stamp bearing his likeness.

switzerland-puts-balkans-in-focus 08 Oct 13

Switzerland Puts Balkan Culture in Focus

This year’s Culturescapes festival will take art, music, films, theatre, dance and literature from the Balkans to Switzerland and also bring Swiss culture to the region.

Culture Policy Focus

12 Nov 15

Shakespeare Reconnects Serbian and Kosovo Theatregoers

With a Kosovo Albanian playing Romeo and a Serb playing Juliet, Predrag Miki Manojlovic’s production of the Shakespeare classic is intended to bring Belgrade and Pristina closer together.

Politics and Society

27 Nov 15

Kosovo Opposition Urges All Albanians to Join Rally

The opposition in Kosovo is arranging free transport for supporters from Albania to join a major anti-government rally in Pristina against the agreements with Serbia and Montenegro.


12 Nov 15

Kosovo Says US Firm Will Build Power Plant

The Ministry of Development on Tuesday claimed it had reached an agreement with the US company Contour Global to build the new Kosovo e Re power plant.