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UNMIK Headlines 14 October

By   18 hours ago

• Prosecution to investigate suspected poisoning from postal votes from Serbia (media)
• Diaspora votes to be transferred today at the ballot counting center (RTK)
• Brnabic: Pristina wants its own Serbs in government (Klan)
• Kurti meets Rasic, discuss election process (Epoka)
• Kosovo – Serbia dialogue, a topic of discussion in Belgrade (Koha)
• Selimi: Whole dialogue process was a mistake (Epoka)
• Palokaj: Kosovo no longer needs a Ministry of European Integration (Koha)

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UNMIK Headlines 12 October

By   3 days ago

Kurti: Land swap project has failed, but the idea is not dead (media)
VV and LDK expert teams begin talks (Indeksonline)
Kurti: I want Albania to see Serbia with Kosovo’s eyes (media)
Minority communities willing to cooperate with Kurti (Lajmi)
Hasani: Failure to include Serbian List in government could destabilise Kosovo (ekonomiaonline)

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UNMIK Headlines 11 October

By   4 days ago

• Kurti: We will govern with LDK, our teams to harmonise the program (media)
• Vetevendosje and LDK agree to govern together (RTK)
• Vetevendosje and LDK teams to meet today (RTK)
• Special envoy Grenell on initial meetings in Pristina and Belgrade (media)
• Grenell to Vucic: Closer and swifter cooperation with Pristina (RTK)
• Hahn proposes “conclave” for solution between Kosovo and Serbia (Koha)
• Haradinaj says Germany doesn’t support border changes (media)
• Kurti meets Swiss Ambassador, informs him on new government priorities (RTK)
• Kurti hosts meeting Finish Ambassador to Kosovo, Pia Stjernvall (media)
• NISMA leader Limaj calls for a Kosovo-wide vote recount (Epoka)
• Thaci: Nobel Prize decision brought immense pain to countless victims (RTK)
• Kosovo marks International Day of the Girl Child (media)
• Pride Parade in Pristina concludes with a concert (media)

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UNMIK Headlines 10 October

By   5 days ago

• Kurti to meet Mustafa and Osmani today (RTK)
• Kurti: Content of dialogue more important than deadlines (RTK)
• Grenell to Kurti: Lack of agreement with Serbia, obstacle for investments (RTK)
• Kosnett on Thaci-Grenell meeting (RTK)
• President Thaci received Ambassador Richard Grenell (media)
• Vetevendosje leader Kurti’s interview to TV Klan
• Joseph: White House believes Grenell will convince Germany on land swap idea (RFE)
• Philips: Border changes idea has died (media)
• Jahjaga: Girls and women are suffering from injustice, don’t trust institutions (media)
• Civil society condemns police force against protesters in Shterpce (media)
• Pride Parade to be held in Pristina today (media)
• Crvena Zvezda returned to Serbia, after being stopped by Kosovo Police (media)

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UNMIK Headlines 9 October

By   6 days ago

• President Thaci to meet today Trump’s special envoy for Kosovo – Serbia talks (RTK)
• Vetevendosje leader Kurti meets U.S. Ambassador Kosnett (media)
• Vetevendosje leader Albin Kurti interview to KTV
• ECAP rejects parties’ demands for vote recount (media)
• Haradinaj doesn’t dispute election results, will not demand vote recount (media)
• Vetevendosje’s Haxhiu reacts to vote recount request (media)
• U.S. expects new government of Kosovo to continue dialogue with Serbia (Koha)
• Heldt: Responsibility belongs to politics for the benefit of country’s future (Klan)
• Abbott: Kosovo election, peaceful and well-organised (media)
• Mogherini and Hahn issue joint statement on Kosovo elections (media)
• EU observers: Elections were democratic but not in Serb-majority areas (media)
• Von Cramon-Taubadel appointed EP rapporteur for Kosovo (Zeri)
• Mustafa meets Ambassador Kosnett (Epoka)
• Chile invites Kosovo to take part in Interpol general assembly (Koha)

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UNMIK Headlines 8 October

By   7 days ago

• Thaci: Let us show same political maturity in forming new government (media)
• Richard Grenell to visit Kosovo this Thursday (Express)
• EU: Important tasks await the new government of Kosovo (RFE)
• Kurti for N1: Serbs will be in Kosovo government but not Serbian List (media)
• Haxhiu: We will replace import tariff on Serbia with reciprocity (Koha)
• Changes, a product of the punitive vote (Koha)
• LDK does not enter negotiations with VV before all votes are counted (Koha)
• Maliqi: The high turnout of young voters resulted in Kurti’s victory (Epoka)
• Kosovo, first stop for Borrell as EU foreign policy chief (media)
• Haradinaj reacts to Borrell’s statements on Kosovo’s recognition (media)
• Fajon congratulates Vetevendosje on election win (media)
• Bosnia expects new government of Kosovo to lift import tariff (RFE)
• U.S. pledges $5 million for conventional weapons destruction in Kosovo (media)

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UNMIK Headlines 7 October

By   1 week ago

• CEC: Counting of ballots completed (RTK)
• Vetevendosje celebrates election result (media)
• LDK does not rule out possibility of coalition with Vetevendosje (Zeri)
• Veseli: PDK will move to opposition (media)
• Haradinaj doesn’t comment on election results, says AAK marks increase (media)
• CEC: Around 39,000 invalid ballots, voter turnout at 44.18 percent (Koha)
• CEC and monitors conclude election process was in order (Koha Ditore)
• U.S. Ambassador happy with turnout in Kosovo (RTK)
• PDK rushed into declaring victory in yesterday’s elections (Zeri)
• Haziri: We are happy the opposition bloc scored a convincing victory (media)
• Bahtiri: It is confirmed, Vetevendosje wins today’s election (media)
• NISMA-AKR coalition risks not crossing election threshold (Koha)
• Bahtiri: It is confirmed, Vetevendosje wins today’s election (media)
• “New government to be formed for Kosovo’s needs not to suit Belgrade or Brussels” (Koha)
• Vucic: Serbian List scored most convincing history (media)
• Rakic: Serbian List won over 98 percent of votes in Serb municipalities (media)
• Serbian List leads in Serb-majority municipalities (Klan Kosova)
• Rama congratulates Kosovo for successful elections (Telegrafi)

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UNMIK Headlines, Election Media Updates, Afternoon Edition, October 6, 2019

By   1 week ago

Albanian language media:

CEC: Higher voter turnout by 11.00hrs compared to 2017 elections
CEC: All polling stations open (media)
Polling stations in northern Kosovo open on time (RTK)
ValdeteDaka votes, here is her message (media)
Thaci appeals for a fair and free electoral process (media)
Veseli: Vote, give perspective to the future (media)
Osmani: This is the determinant day for the future of Kosovo (media)
Kurti calls on people to go out and vote (media)
Haradinaj: If you do not vote, others vote for you (media)
Pacolli: Do not abuse citizen’s vote (media)
Kosnett: Vote for yourselves, your country, your future (RTK)
Abbott: I encourage all eligible voters to vote (RTK)
LDK calls on Kosovo people to vote (media)
DiK: There is delay in opening of some polling stations (media)
State Prosecutor in defense of the vote (RTK)
Rakic votes with Kosovo ID (RTK)
Two officials arrested in the North for abusing their duty during elections (Klan Kosova)

  Serbian Language Media:

CEC: Suspended voting in Gotovusa over “escorts” (KoSsev, N1)
Three special units of Kosovo Police arrived to North Mitrovica (KoSSev, N1, Beta)
Radakovic: Two members of polling station committee were apprehended due to voting with Kosovo “Extract of birth” (KoSSev)
OSCE: There were attempts to vote with Serbian ID cards (KoSSev)
Kosnett visited polling stations in Pristina and Gracanica (Kosovo online, RTK2)
Djuric:Today’s elections are a turning point for the survival of Serbs in Kosovo (RTV)  
IDPs travel in organized manner to vote in Kosovo elections (B92, Kosovo online)
Large number of citizens were gathered at the centre of North Mitrovica to go to the polls(Kosovo Online) 
KTV: In northern Kosovo voting is allowed only with Kosovo documents(KoSSev) 
Goran Rakic:Elections decisive for the fate of Serbian people (SrpskiTelegraf)  
All polling stations opened on time, except Strpce (KIM radio, Herz)
TV Prva learns that Serbs in Metohija have problems with voting (B92)  
Two arrested in Mitrovica north (RTS) 
Irregularities in Gotovusa and Gracanica (KIM radio) 
After more than two hours, TV Pink crew crossedJarinje (TV Most)  
Letter of the Director of Radio Belgrade regarding the detention of journalists in Kosovo (RTS) 
Journalists’ Association of Serbia and its branch in Kosovo: Kosovo institutions grossly violate the freedom of media(Serbian media, uns.org)

International Media:

Kosovo voters focus on graft, Serbia peace deal in election (Reuters)
Kosovo: What you need to know about the country’s snap elections (Euronews)
‘Towel’ flag, judo and pop royalty: five things to know about Kosovo (AFP, France 24)
Kosovo votes amid pressure to reboot Serbia talks (AFP)
Kosovo votes for parliament amid calls for talks with Serbia (DW)
Kosovo Prepares to Elect New Parliament (Balkan Insight)

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    Kelmendi: Return to 2007 (Koha Ditore)

    By   5 days ago

    Adriatik Kelmendi, author of Rubikon show on KTV and columnist, writes in an opinion piece that U.S. President Trump’s decision to appoint Richard Grenell as his special envoy for the Kosovo – Serbia talks comes after failed efforts to normalise relations between Kosovo and Serbia by EU mediators. He recalls that the last time when […]

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    Surroi: The name of the change (Koha Ditore)

    By   6 days ago

    “LVV and LDK face only one alternative: making this country normal or leaving it the way it is,” writes publicist Veton Surroi in an opinion piece published in Koha Ditore today. Surroi says that an unusual day dawned in Kosovo on Monday, a day after early parliamentary elections: “This day had something more than what […]

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    Who speaks in the name of LDK? And what is now the first and foremost duty of Albin Kurti? (Dialogplus)

    By   7 days ago

    By Enver Robelli There are over 195 thousand voters of LDK and these want an answer to: what now? but they want the answer from the party, the leader, the general assembly – and not private unauthorized persons. Now the moment of truth has come. And in the moments of truth, the ones that got […]

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    Robelli: The day has come to believe! (Koha Ditore)

    By   7 days ago

    Columnist Enver Robelli writes today in the paper that the Kosovo electorate has handed over a joint victory to Vetevendosje and the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) and the two need to demonstrate historic responsibility in managing it. “There should be no room for triumphant and excluding poses towards one another. The one that comes […]

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    A victory that goes beyond politics (Prishtina Insight)

    By   1 week ago

    Sunday’s election results were a political earthquake that will resonate beyond the formation of the next government. The electorate have exhibited a refusal to surrender to the blackmail and nepotism that have been endemic in Kosovar politics for the last 20 years, writes Eraldin Fazliu in an opinion piece. He says Vetevendosje’s victory in yesterday’s […]

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    Shala: No finale without unity (Lajmi)

    By   2 weeks ago

    Blerim Shala, advisor to Kosovo President Hashim Thaci, argues in an opinion piece that, “political unity among Kosovars is the key that can open the doors to the finale of the dialogue with Serbia and mutual recognition between the two states”. Shala recalls that the United States and the four biggest Western countries (which up […]

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    Solutions for these elections (Prishtina Insight)

    By   3 weeks ago

    Jeta Xharra, Country Director of BIRN office in Kosovo and editor-in-chief of TV programme, Life in Kosovo, writes in an op-ed for Prishtina Insight that Kosovo requires hard work and practical solutions to cure many of the ills plaguing it. “Kosovars are now being promised that if the tariff is removed, Kosovo’s path to ‘prosperity’ […]

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    Kosovo women need answers not an ‘iron lady’ (Prishtina Insight)

    By   4 weeks ago

    Despite being the only woman running for the position of prime minister in Kosovo’s upcoming elections, Vjosa Osmani is not addressing the needs of the country’s women, writes Shqipe Gjocaj in an op-ed for Prishtina Insight. Gjocaj says Osmani’s rhetoric during the pre-election campaign in Kosovo is not much different to that adopted by the […]

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      CDHRF: Trajkovic’s statement is ill-willed and concerning (media)

      By   14 hours ago

      The Pristina-based Council for the Defense of Human Rights and Freedoms (CDHRF) has issued a reaction to a recent statement by former Kosovo MP Rada Trajkovic who claimed that the lives of LDK and Vetevendosje candidates for Prime Minister, Vjosa Osmani and Albin Kurti, could be in danger, news websites report. The CDHRF said Trajkovic’s […]

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      President Thaçi informed by Daka, Lumezi and Maxhuni regarding investigations of CEC employees case (media)

      By   16 hours ago

      The Office of the President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, issued a press release to inform that he has received today in a meeting the Chair of the Central Election Commision (CEC), Valdete Daka, the Chief State Prosecutor, Aleksandër Lumezi and the Director of the Kosovo Intelligence Agency, Shpend Maxhuni, who informed him about the results […]

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      Limaj does not give in on election result, writes to CEC (media)

      By   4 days ago

      Fatmir Limaj, leader of the Social-Democratic Initiative (NISMA) has addressed a letter to the head of Central Election Commission (CEC) Valdete Daka and the other members of the commission. Limaj has requested recount of votes at Kosovo level. He wrote among the other things that irregularities and flagrant violations on the use of the result […]

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      “Message from Washington: Form government and resume dialogue ASAP” (Telegrafi)

      By   4 days ago

      The news website reports that following U.S. President’s special envoy for Kosovo – Serbia negotiations, Richard Grenell, visits to Pristina and Belgrade, the U.S. Embassy to Kosovo issued a press release calling on both sides to work closely and quickly with an eye toward the future. Political commentators in Pristina said the message from Washington […]

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      “Message from Washington: Form government and resume dialogue ASAP” (Telegrafi)

      By   4 days ago

      The news website reports that following U.S. President’s special envoy for Kosovo – Serbia negotiations, Richard Grenell, visits to Pristina and Belgrade, the U.S. Embassy to Kosovo issued a press release calling on both sides to work closely and quickly with an eye toward the future. Political commentators in Pristina said the message from Washington is […]

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      CEC on completion of vote recount (Gazeta Express)

      By   4 days ago

      The Central Election Commission (CEC) started on Thursday vote recount at 313 polling stations, as it was found out that some forms had technical mistakes in matching the data and results. Votes at ten from these polling stations will be recounted completely due to the finding that votes of candidates and pages of the result […]

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      Selimi: We won’t cooperate with Serbian List (ekonomiaonline)

      By   4 days ago

      Rexhep Selimi, member of the Vetevendosje Movement which won the highest number of votes in the snap parliamentary elections, said in an interview to the news website today that people voted for change and trusted Vetevendosje. “The citizens of Kosovo brought about the change, and not because they did not want this to happen earlier, […]

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      Kurti: I will lead the dialogue, not the President (Radio Free Europe)

      By   4 days ago

      Albin Kurti, leader of the Vetevendosje Movement which won the highest number of votes in Sunday’s snap parliamentary elections, said in interview to the news agency that he would lead the political dialogue with Serbia and that the President can no longer lead the process. Asked on the meeting with LDK leader Isa Mustafa and […]

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        KoSSev: Media poisoning with envelopes

        By   13 hours ago

        Police, prosecutors, Kosovo’s Central Election Commission, none of them said yesterday what exactly happened in the building of the Ministry of Infrastructure in Pristina, in a room where votes from Serbia were counted, writes today portal KoSSev. About 3,700 envelopes with votes in the recent Kosovo snap parliamentary elections arrived at Pristina from central Serbia […]

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        Palmer canceled participation in Belgrade Security Forum (Serbian media)

        By   13 hours ago

        Serbian media reports that Western Balkans State Department Special Representative Matthew Palmer cancelled participation in Belgrade Security Forum, taking place October 16-18. Matthew Palmer was scheduled to address the official opening of the Belgrade Security Forum on Thursday 17 October on “Sustainable Solutions for the Western Balkans”. German diplomat in charge of the Western Balkans […]

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        Guterres: The challenges of today require a multilateral world (Dnevnik, Blic, Tanjug)

        By   14 hours ago

        In meeting the challenges of today, we need a multilateral world with strong multilateral institutions, as well as universal respect for international law, said UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who addressed the opening of the 141st Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) via video link, Belgrade based news agency Tanjug reported. “In this way, we will […]

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        IPU gathered 2.000 participants from 150 countries (Tanjug, Beta, B92)

        By   14 hours ago

        President Vucic opened the 141st session of the Inter-Parliamentary Union last night, sending the message that a world of dialogue and compromise is possible. The opening ceremony of the 141st Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) began with the intonation of the Serbian anthem at the Belgrade Sava Center. The IPU will run until October […]

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        OSCE was not involved in process with envelops from Serbia (B92, Kosovo-online)

        By   16 hours ago

        OSCE Mission in Kosovo Spokesperson Senad Sabovic said OSCE is not involved in the process of counting votes from Serbia, B92 reports. “We know what is happening in Central Election Commission, but I can not make a stance or assessment because we do not have insight into this process, we were not involved in this […]

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        Vucic concerned about Pristina attempts to abolish the Serbian list, he says it will lead to to catastrophic consequences (B92, Kosovo online, TV Pink, N1, FoNet, Vecernje Novosti )

        By   16 hours ago

        Kosovo online portal reports, quoting TV Pink, that President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic said, at the beginning of the meeting with the President of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, Valentina Matviyenko, that he was very concerned about the situation in Kosovo, especially regarding recent events and […]

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        Srpska Lista: Envelops without supervision, votes disputable now (RTS)

        By   16 hours ago

        Kosovo Central Election Commission (CEC) has decided not to count votes from the central Serbia until responsible bodies perform analysis because some CEC members reported unpleasant outdoors after touching the envelops and subsequent itching as well as suspicion of being poisoned, RTS reports today. Meanwhile, Srpska Lista said that “re-tailoring of peoples’ will” is taking […]

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        Kosovo: Police seized two cell phones to a member of the Central Election Commission (Danas, FoNet)

        By   17 hours ago

        Belgrade based daily Danas reports that police in Pristina yesterday seized two mobile phones without a reason from a member of the Central Election Commission, a representative of the Serb List, Stevan Veselinovic. Daily Danas reports, quoting Kosovo based portal Kosovo online, that that his lawyer, Negovan Saranovic, explained that the allegations made by some […]

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          Grenell kick-starts stalled Belgrade-Pristina dialogue (neweurope.eu)

          By   16 hours ago

          In a move aimed at kick-starting the stalled Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, the US’ Special Presidential Envoy, Ambassador Richard Grenell, wound up his impromptu visit to Pristina and Belgrade with a simple message from President Donald J. Trump: “The people of Serbia and Kosovo want peace, economic development, jobs, and a better life for their children.” See […]

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          Kosovo election officials fall ill after opening boxes from Serbia (Sky News)

          By   17 hours ago

          The ballot counters said there was an unusual smell and they then started getting itchy red eyes and hands, with some vomiting. More than two dozen election officials in Kosovo have been taken to hospital after falling ill when opening ballot boxes from Serbia. Local press reported 26 Central Election Commission officials started having allergic […]

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          Kosovo officials hospitalized after opening ballot boxes (The Washington Post)

          By   17 hours ago

          More than 20 Central Election Commission officials have been taken to the hospital with health problems after opening five ballot boxes from Serbia, authorities in Kosovo said Sunday. Twenty-six officials had allergic reactions and skin problems after opening the ballot boxes, local media Kosovapress reported. Emergency center doctors said all had itching and reddened skin. […]

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          Kosovar Vote Count Halted After Skin Problems Linked To Serbian Ballot Boxes (RFE)

          By   17 hours ago

          Vote counting has been suspended in Kosovo after several Central Election Commission officials reported health problems after opening five ballot boxes from Serbia. Avdyl Pacolli, head of an emergency clinic in the capital Pristina, told RFE/RL on October 13 that those affected said they had allergic reactions and skin problems. A Kosovo police official confirmed […]

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          Kosovo’s Election Winner Says Peace Impossible Unless Serbia Faces Its Past (RFE/RL)

          By   3 days ago

          Albin Kurti, the leader of Kosovo’s leftist-nationalist Vetevendosje (Self-Determination) party that won a plurality of votes in parliamentary elections, said that dialogue with Serbia has to include the “recognition of Kosovo’s independence.” Speaking to RFE/RL on October 10 in Pristina, the country’s likely future prime minister also said that unless Serbia faces its past, there […]

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          Red Star Belgrade refused Kosovo entry for Serbian Cup game against FK Trepca (BBC)

          By   5 days ago

          Red Star Belgrade said they are “bitterly disappointed” after a Serbian Cup game was postponed when their team bus was refused entry to neighbouring Kosovo. Red Star, who are in the same Champions League group as Tottenham, were set to play FK Trepca on Tuesday. The match was due to take place in the disputed […]

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          Kosovo Bans Serbian Team from Match in North (Balkan Insight)

          By   5 days ago

          Kosovo Police stopped Red Star Belgrade football team from entering the country on Wednesday, saying it had no permission to play a match with a local team in the Serb-dominated north. Kosovo authorities on Wednesday banned a football match from taking place in the disputed Serb-dominated north of the country between Serbian club Red Star […]

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          Trump’s envoy visits Kosovo in push for new talks with Serbia (Reuters)

          By   5 days ago

          A special envoy of U.S. President Donald Trump arrived in Kosovo on Wednesday three days after it held an election, in a new push to restart talks with Serbia to reach a final deal that would pave the way for Kosovo’s membership in the United Nations. Kosovo, a former province of Serbia, declared independence in […]

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            Sexual violence survivor files lawsuit with Special Prosecution (Express)

            By   14 hours ago

            The news website reports that Shyhrete Tahiri – Sylejmani, a survivor of sexual violence from the war in Kosovo, has filed a lawsuit at the Special Prosecution of Kosovo today demanding justice. “I am here with you today to share the pain I have in my soul. I represent all the mothers, brothers and daughters […]

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            UN Human Rights experts statement marking International Day of the Girl Child: Agents for change; Girls take up the fight for a better world

            By   3 days ago

            GENEVA (10 October 2019) – On the occasion of the International Day of the Girl Child, UN human rights experts* have applauded the energy and sense of urgency, as well as courage and intellect, that girls and young women have brought to recognizing and confronting many of today’s struggles from climate change and gender equality […]

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            International Day of the Girl Child- these things you should know (Lajmi.net)

            By   3 days ago

            October 11th is marked as International Day of the Girl Child, but as far as this topic is concerned, there is much to be said and much left to be desired. In the world, nearly 1.1 billion girls are part of a new generation, ready to take the path of the future. However, the gender equality […]

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            “Pride Parade concludes with a concert (media)

            By   5 days ago

            “Pride Parade” organized by the LGBTI community together with supporters and activists has concluded. The parade started at “Skenderbeu” square in Pristina and concluded with a concert at “Zahir Pajaziti” square. The U.S. Ambassador Philip Kosnett, Pristina Mayor Shpend Ahmeti and other significant figures of Kosovo society were seen participating at the parade.

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            “Fjala” Party opposes Pride Parade, calls it “Shame Parade” (ekonomiaonline)

            By   5 days ago

            Representatives of the Fjala political party (The Word) told reporters in Pristina today that they are against the Pride Parade which will be held in downtown Pristina at noon today. Bedri Bytyci, a senior member of this party said: “As a conservatory party from a conservative society we are here to express our opposition to […]

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            20 injured as police use pepper spray against protesters (Prishtina Insight)

            By   6 days ago

            Almost a year of protests against the construction of hydropower plants in Strpce ended in violence on Tuesday as Kosovo as police use pepper spray against demonstrators, including children, who pushed past police tape to protect the Lepenc River. Around 20 residents of the village of Lower Biti near the southern town of Strpce have […]

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            Kosovo LGBT Activists Add Novel Touches to Pride Week (Balkan Insight)

            By   7 days ago

            The Third Pride Week in Kosovo began on Monday with a reception in the government building where several top officials, including the President, Hashim Thaci, were present. The opening will continue with Majlinda Hoxha’s artistic exhibition, “QUEIN,” at the Institute for Urbanism and Design. “This is the first time that an exhibition with LGBT community […]

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            Pride Week kicks off in Prishtina (Prishtina Insight)

            By   1 week ago

            In the lead up to the third Prishtina Pride Parade, which will take place on Thursday morning in Prishtina’s city center, LGBTI rights activists have organized a series of artistic exhibitions, parties, conferences and discussions across Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this week. This year’s parade, which begins at 11:30 at Skenderbeg Square in Prishtina, will […]

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