Vedat Xhymshiti

Vedat Xhymshiti; is an independent journalist and war correspondent. He has reported on a number of Middle Eastern conflicts from the Arab Spring in 2010 to the current Syrian civil war. He has been published in various media including Der Spiegel, NY Times, TIME, Paris Match, Le Monde ect. He is specialized in International Relations and Diplomacy. Xhymshiti is also a print media critic, a columnist for the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, and founder of THEFrontliner.net
  • Palestinians Claimed Rights for Albanians and They Stay Down Today

    On the verge of April 1999, when the then Yugoslavian military machinery in Kosovo under the rule of the Balkan mad Serbian man Slobodan Milosevic indiscriminately killed, massacred and expulsed innocent ethnic Albanians from Kosovo, the world went out to support the people of Kosovo. Kosovars were also supported...
  • Evaporating The Crime Value In Kosovo

    NATO files instead of being legally devaluated as it is already done should have been published in coordination with nation-wide Newspapers and the next step should and must have been a wide-angle media pressure towards country’s state prosecution to handle and seize legal ground over these reports....
  • KOSOVO: Low Turn-out re-elected Country’s Renown Alleged Crimes Suspects

    In 2010, diplomats and election monitors witnessed ballot-stuffing and other irregularities, and voting had to be held again at more than 20 polling stations, however the elections was accepted without any refusal from any political subjects who competed in the country’s first general elections after unilateral declaration of independence....
  • Spanish journalists freed in Syria after six-month ordeal

    Two Spanish journalists kidnapped in northern Syria last September were freed by their captors on Saturday night, ending a six-month ordeal in the hands of an extremist Islamist group that continues to hold more than 40 other western hostages. Javier Espinosa, a veteran correspondent for the Spanish daily El...
  • The Lake of Perlepnica

    A lake is a body of relatively still liquid (prototypically water) of considerable size, localized in a basin, that is surrounded by land apart from a river or other outlet that serves to feed or drain the lake. Pictures by Vedat Xhymshiti, for THE Frontliner...
  • 26 DEAD OVER 300 WOUNDED IN ALBANIA BLAST EXPLOSION

    A chain of massive explosions at an ammunition depot over the weekend kill 26 people and leave over 300 injured near the Tirana capital of Albania. Some 1,000 soldiers and 500 policemen search for victims throughout the disaster zone, with unexploded shells and munitions from the communist-era military depot...
  • Students call-off the Monday protests due to Public University Resignations

    Kosovo’s top public university official has resigned from his post following days of clashes between police and protesters who accused him and other staff of faking their teaching credentials. Ibrahim Gashi made the announcement Saturday on Kosovo’s public broadcaster, RTK. He blamed the events on Kosovo’s political opposition parties….,...
  • Western Military ››Coup d’état‹‹ against the FSA

    Syrians began their peaceful uprising in March 2011, thus expressing their dissatisfaction with social and political injustices through protests. The government began to violently crush them, even using firearms against peaceful protestors. Syrians, determined and convinced that they had the right to demand their legitimate political and civil rights,...
  • ROMANIA: Pungesti a Nightmare of Human Rights Violations

    A French citizen under consular protection established a bailiff’s report demonstrating the blocking of free circulation and free personal property access by the Romanian Gendarmerie (riot police) in Pungesti, Romania. On the 10th of December 2013, the International Day of Human Rights, Mrs. Simone Nicolescot brought in the attention...

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