Pristina

  • 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...
  • Kosovo hit by worst unrest since independence

    A FRONTLINER reporter saw masked police officers firing tear gas and water cannon, trying to disperse about 2,000 protesters who had taken to the streets in rallies organised by opposition political parties. ...
  • Belgium Embassy Deprives Press Freedom of Movement!

    On Monday December 8th, 2014 I went to a scheduled appointment (11:00/h) in the Belgium embassy in Pristina, Kosovo’s capital city to apply for a Dutch Schengen Visa. After having submitted my invitation letter from two News Media Companies, one of them from the Netherlands and the other one from...
  • 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….,...
  • Kosovo public university staff resigns after days of student protests

    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....
  • Former spy, guerrilla jailed for political murder

    A Kosovar former spy and guerilla fighter was jailed for four and a half years on Friday for killing a man during a period of deadly political score-settling after the country’s 1998-99 war. Nazim Bllaca said he was a member of an intelligence group that emerged from the guerrilla...
  • Kosovo political game and U.S Madam Ambassador’s fashionable public outcry

    Kosovo police used pepper spray and batons to disperse a crowd of several hundred hardliner opposition supporters who tried to stop lawmakers from holding a vote in support of a deal with Serbia on Thursday, June 27, 2013. However, supporters of ‘Vetendosje’ political party in Pristina who opposed Kosovo’s...
  • US AMBASSADOR LAUNCHES UNACCEPTABLE ATTACK ON KOSOVO JOURNALISTS

    Reporters Without Borders deplores US ambassador Christopher Dell’s open letter (see below) to Kosovo’s Independent Media Commission on 23 February criticising Express, Koha Ditore and Koha Vision TV for using blown-up photos of text messages on a smartphone screen to show that he provided the country’s new president with last-minute advice in parliament before...