• KOSOVO PLAYED ITS FIRST INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL MATCH LAST WEEK

    On Wednesday evening, Kosovo played its first ever international football match. And while the 0-0 game against Haiti was mostly very uneventful, the historical build up to those 90 minutes was anything but. I’m not sure how to confirm this, given it happened almost 100 years ago and is...
  • Canadian freelance photographer among 7 killed in Syria after bomb detonates in Aleppo

    Ali Moustafa was killed alongside seven other people after Syrian government aircraft dropped two explosive laden containers in the rebel-held Hadariyeh area of Aleppo, said an activist. Moustafa’s sister confirmed her 29-year-old brother’s death. (Associated Press) BEIRUT  — A Canadian freelance photographer was killed in the northern Syrian city...
  • Al-Jazeera English Journalists Pictured Caged In A Cairo Courtroom

    Three journalists from the Al-Jazeera English broadcaster have been pictured on Wednesday caged in a courtroom in Cairo’s Tora prison. Canadian-Egyptian Cairo bureau chief Mohamed Fahmy, producer Baher Mohamed and correspondent Peter Greste – formerly of the BBC – have been charged with spreading false news and supporting the Muslim...
  • Body armor must match threat in Venezuela and Ukraine

    Covering street violence is one thing. Covering gunfire is another. This week, firearms were unexpectedly introduced into ongoing clashes between protesters and police in two parts of the world, raising the threat level faced by journalists trying to cover events – CPJ By Frank Smyth/Senior Adviser for Journalist Security At...
  • Siria dhe fotot dramatike të masakrave

    Një rrëfim rrëngjethës nga shqiptari që realizoi fotografitë e luftës në Siri. Vedat Xhymshiti tregon për publikimin e fotografive të tij në mediet prestigjioze dhe për këngën e re të Ellie Goullding, ku do të shfaqen fotot e tij. nga Luela Myftari, për gazetën Shekulli.com.al -Ndërsa rrezikon jetën në...
  • Bosnian protests: A Balkan Spring? | BBC

    For years the best description of the political situation in Bosnia-Hercegovina has been “stagnant but stable”. Now, with astonishing speed, analysts are already talking about a “Bosnian Spring”. In Tuzla, Mostar, Zenica and Sarajevo, government buildings have been set on fire and there have been demonstrations across much of the rest...
  • 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....
  • 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,...
  • ››​PARLAMENTI STUDENTOR NË SHËRBIM TË REKTORIT DHE POLITIKËS‹‹ KPS

    Parlamenti Studentor i cili ka paralajmëruar për ditën e martë (nesër) protestë kundër protestës për shkarkimin e rektorit të UP-së, Ibrahim Gashi, është një organizatë e cila merret me organizime të ekskursioneve. Kështu thotë Fitim Salihu nga Klubi Politik i Studentëve, sipas të cilit, nuk ia vlenë të flasësh...
  • Puçi Ushtarak Perendimor ndaj Çlirimtarëve Sirian

    Sirianët nisën kryengritjen e tyre paqësore në Mars 2011, duke i shprehur kështu pakënaqësitë e tyre për padrejtësitë sociale dhe politike përmes protestave. Qeveria filloi t’i shtypte ata dhunshëm deri në përdorimin e armëve të zjarrit. Sirianët të vendosur dhe të bindur se kishin të drejtë për kërkesat e...
  • US is considered to be the greatest threat to peace in the world, followed by Pakistan and China

    A global survey conducted by the Worldwide Independent Network and Gallup at the end of 2013 revealed strong animosity towards the US’s role as the world’s policeman. Citizens across over 60 nations were asked: “Which country do you think is the greatest threat to peace in the world today?”...
  • TURKEY: Corruption poses threat to Turkish's PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan

    The words from one of the three departing ministers were considered stunning, coming from a political party known for silencing dissent. It instantly raised the significance of the entire inquiry and left members of the Turkish public wondering if they were witnessing the collapse of their Islamist-rooted government of the...
  • Lapidaromania e Kapitalistëve Politikë të Prishtinës dhe Beogradit

    Lapidaromania në Preshevë i bëri shqiptarët të harrojnë se po legjitimohen “Serbitë” e vogla në Kosovë. Në prag të zgjedhjeve të majit të vitit 2012 në jugun e Serbisë ose Kosovën lindore, shqiptarët u përballën me një aksion të Ministrisë së Punëve të Brendshme, e njohur si MUP-i serb,...
  • The Eurovision Song Contest: Singing for Kosovo

    SIX years ago I made a radio programme for the BBC about the former Yugoslavia and the infamous Eurovision Song Contest. I noted two things. First, despite the devastating wars of the 1990s all the ex-Yugoslav constituent countries voted for one another. The second was that Kosovo, which had not yet declared independence, was...