Kosovo

  • KOSOVO: Eight Years of Unlawfully Harbouring Crime and Corruption

    Eight years after independence declaration, Kosovo is the poorest and most isolated country in Europe, with millionaire politicians steeped in crime....
  • Kontroverze oko “simboličke” predsjednice

    Njihovo porijeklo nije sasvim jasno, ali čini se vjerojatnim da su kroz njih pojedine stranke napadale svoje suparnike i da su neki od tih grafita bili odgovor na druge....
  • Rise Above!

    Seeing the troublesome circumstances a group of students who have left ideals decided to gather and start the student organisation- Students’ Political Club (KPS) in 2010 to combat all the corrupt and undermined structures in the University....
  • Kosovo War Crimes Court, to be Based in The Hague

    The court is expected to start work later this year in the former headquarters of EU police organization Europol. International judges will apply Kosovo law in the court....
  • Remembering Raçak Massacre

    Evidence of tampering — should such evidence become available, is, in fact, excellent circumstantial evidence of guilt. If one can trace where the order to tamper came from, it permits a pretty strong inference that it was done for the purpose of hiding the truth, which demonstrates consciences of...
  • 2015, an awful year for Europe’s free media

    Journalism groups aren’t satisfied. They want governments at all levels to show a much greater commitment in 2016 to protecting the rights of media organizations to report freely, even while they are trying to protect their citizens from terrorism and other security threats....
  • Crime and punishment in Kosovo

    Seven years after the declaration of independence Kosovo is not an independent republic with full rights. The EU’s attempt to positively influence Kosovo has been significantly weakened by the fact that some of its high officials within the ‘EU Rule of Law Mission in...
  • KOSOVO: Amnesty International has called for an urgent investigation into opposition crackdown

    “From the videos and photographs we have seen, it appears that the Kosovo Police used excessive force during the operation to arrest members of Vetevendosje in the party's offices on Saturday,” Sian Jones, Amnesty International's researcher on the Balkans, told Kosovo 2.0. ...
  • KOSOVO: Opposition holds anti-Government Rally

    The opposition says no more parliamentary sessions should be held unless the government renounces deals with Serbia to give more powers to Serb-dominated areas in Kosovo, and with Montenegro on border demarcation — THE Frontliner...