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Some of the journalists accused of waging a hate campaign against BIRN Kosovo director Jeta Xharra said their articles had been misinterpreted.
Serbian police have arrested two men, including a current member of the country’s special police unit, on suspicion that they helped murder at least 65 Albanian civilians in a Kosovo village.
Kosovo’s former transport minister Fatmir Limaj has demanded that high-profile politicians including Prime Minister Hashim Thaci testify at his trial for organised crime and corruption.
Officials have launched a week-long series of events aimed at raising awareness about tolerance, reconciliation and peaceful coexistence between different religious faiths in Kosovo.
As Pristina and Belgrade seek agreement on implementing their EU-brokered deal, Albanian leaders in Serbia’s Presevo Valley are urging the Kosovo authorities to help them win more rights.
Croatia leads the Balkans in providing the best legal environment for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people, while Macedonia offers the least protection, new research says.
Kosovo wants to hold local elections in October, but if conditions are not right in the Serb-run north of Kosovo they could be postponed until spring 2014, sources told BIRN.
NATO’s Kosovo force warned that only authorised policing groups are allowed to carry weapons in northern Kosovo, not Serb-organised ‘civil defence’ units.
Lawmakers were advised to find different ways of remembering wartime fighters and victims after a series of parliamentary sessions commemorating individual ‘martyrs’.
Telecom could become lead player in small but burgeoning industry in Kosovo, which is tapping the low-wage, multilingual workforce.
A 30-per-cent spike in non-performing loans points to a decline in the country’s overall economic health.
As Kosovo marks International Workers’ Day, its official unemployment rate is over 35 per cent, but experts believe that the real number of jobless people is much higher.
ACP Axos Capital’s buyout of the Kosovo telecoms company is financed through a Caribbean tax haven but the purchasers deny claims that they’ve got something to hide.
Corruption probe into Telekom Slovenije revives accusations that bribery helped secure the mobile phone license of Kosovo’s second-largest provider.
Turkish soaps have replaced Latin American shows as must-sees for many TV viewers in the Balkans - tapping into nostalgia for a system of family values that people in the region have lost, and lament.
Serbian film director says landmark Serbia-Kosovo deal concludes international community's job of creating monolithic ethnic communities in the Balkans.
Kosovo playwright Jeton Neziraj discusses his work on such topics such as nationalism in art, Kosovo-Serbia relations, the links between religion and terrorism, and his new play on the possible independence of Wales.
Renowned Serbian film director Emir Kusturica has announced that his new movie will deal with human organ trafficking, the focus of a current high-profile trial in Kosovo.
The jury in the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence has selected 10 participants for this year’s programme.
The protests over the Kosovo agreement revealed deep divisions among Serbia's right-wingers, but they could still become a serious force if they tap into public disappointment with the government.
Thaci and Dacic- close to an agreement. Internationals lack will on electoral reform. Kosovo institutions not updated on technology.
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