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Kosovo has started work on a reconciliation strategy, but relatives of victims of the war and its violent aftermath are sceptical that justice can be done, 14 years after the conflict ended.
As Kosovo dismantles its remaining Yugoslav-era heritage, the memorial to WW2 fighters is to make way for a complex dedicated to independence leader Ibrahim Rugova.
Kosovo Liberation Army guerrillas believed they were fighting for freedom, but 14 years after the war with Serbian forces, some of Pristina’s ‘heroes’ are struggling for survival.
Serbia and Macedonia are struggling to cope with the fast growing number of asylum seekers crossing their countries on their way to Western Europe.
Music remains a precious tradition - an art form as well as a way of life - for many members of Kosovo's Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities.
Electronic music is giving space to mixed menu in Kosovo, a sign of lesser money flowing around the country but also perhaps of a new more diversity-hungry period.
Four Kosovo Albanians are accused of stealing almost 2 million euro of jewels and goods from the Barcelona hotel room of a Kurdish general, the son of the Iraqi Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani.
The murder of a well-respected Serbian couple has left their once peaceful village in rural Kosovo in shock.
Albanian pop star pleads with her compatriots to regain their taste for babies, as evidence shows that family sizes are shrinking fast.
The Self-determination movement may have gone from street movement to the third largest party in parliament – but they have no intention of relinquishing one of their most powerful weapons.
While Albanians are leaving the Serb-run enclave of northern Mitrovica, fearing the endemic violence, Serbs in the rest of the country feel increasingly nervous about their own future.
A new book by the man behind the torture of Croat prisoners in Vukovar in Croatia sheds fresh light on how former mortal enemies in the Yugoslav wars get along behind prison walls.
In his 50 years tending to Pristina’s hair, Abeja has mastered styles ranging from “punk” to “Tarzan”, coiffeured three generations of the same family and picked up 300 God children.
One of the capital’s oldest watchmakers is set to close when the shop is bulldozed as part of a municipal project to craft a new central square for Pristina, but the craft will live on.
Artists hope that long-promised visa liberalisation with the EU will help end their enforced isolation from European culture.