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The 14-year-old battle over property heritage (Radio Free Europe)

By   /  22/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on The 14-year-old battle over property heritage (Radio Free Europe)

It’s been 14 years that Aferdita Statovci from the village of Sllatine, Fushe Kosovo, is seeking justice to return to her house. Aferdita says that she was 10 when her father passed away in 1998, and when her father’s relatives sent her out of the house where she was living with her mother, claiming that […]

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Discredited even before losing credentials? (Prishtina Insight)

By   /  19/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on Discredited even before losing credentials? (Prishtina Insight)

Amidst wranglings between government officials on one side and educational experts and the opposition on the other, Prishtina Insight presents a snapshot of the issues affecting the three educational institutions that lost their accreditation this week. See at: https://prishtinainsight.com/discredited-even-before-losing-credentials-mag/

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Person arrested for threatening journalist, Vehbi Kajtazi (media)

By   /  18/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on Person arrested for threatening journalist, Vehbi Kajtazi (media)

Kosovo Police arrested a person after he is suspected of making continuous threats to journalist and founder of Insajderi news website, Vehbi Kajtazi, several online media outlets report. The suspect is reported to have been convicted of physically assaulting Kajtazi and was released on bail two years ago.

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Debate sparks after three public universities lose accreditation (Prishtina Insight)

By   /  17/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on Debate sparks after three public universities lose accreditation (Prishtina Insight)

Local and international actors clashed over the decision to withdraw accreditation of three public universities in Kosovo on Tuesday, which left thousands of students uncertain about their enrollment plans for the next academic year. Government officials condemned the decision of the National Quality Council, NCQ, to withdraw the accreditation of public universities of Peja, Mitrovica […]

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“Delimitation is a solution in the absence of solution” (KoSSev, RTV KIM)

By   /  16/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on “Delimitation is a solution in the absence of solution” (KoSSev, RTV KIM)

“If you tell Serbs that Kosovo independence is solution – that means destabilization. Therefore, the solution should be sought within the framework of UN SC Resolution 1244“, President of the European Serb Movement, Rada Trajkovic has said. Kosovo Assembly MP Dukagjin Gorani believes there would be solution and that it will be “consequential,” KoSSev portal […]

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Strpce residents again prevented reconstruction of mini-hydro power plant (KoSSev)

By   /  12/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on Strpce residents again prevented reconstruction of mini-hydro power plant (KoSSev)

This morning around 9.00 hrs “Metkos Group” company from Pristina tried again to start the works on the reconstruction of mini-hydro power plant at the place called Oberreke in Strpce. According to KoSSev portal around 50 residents from Strpce gathered at the location to prevent the works and they managed to stop it. In mid-February […]

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Female Kosovo Journalist Targeted by ‘Evil’ Online Threats (Balkan Insight)

By   /  12/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on Female Kosovo Journalist Targeted by ‘Evil’ Online Threats (Balkan Insight)

N1 Television correspondent Zana Cimili, who was threatened with murder on social media by an anti-Albanian nationalist, told BIRN that journalists must challenge attacks on media freedom and keep on reporting the news. “This person’s words were so calculated, so evil. That’s why this time it genuinely made me feel threatened and scared,” Zana Cimili […]

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Coalition for Reconciliation in Kosovo established (Radio KIM)

By   /  11/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on Coalition for Reconciliation in Kosovo established (Radio KIM)

A beginning of the work of the Coalition for Reconciliation was solemnly marked today in Pristina, Radio KIM reports. The Coalition was established aiming to encourage and support the reconciliation process in Kosovo. Kosovo Humanitarian Law Center, Aktiv and Art Polis are the founders of the coalition aiming to improve ethnic relations and at the […]

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Veseli: Investments are growing in every sector (RTK)

By   /  10/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on Veseli: Investments are growing in every sector (RTK)

Kosovo Assembly President Kadri Veseli, accompanied by Minister of Health Uran Ismaili, inaugurated today the renovated premises of the Cardiology Unit at Pristina Hospital. Veseli said anything is possible when professionalism is matched with political readiness. He added that the message for the people is that in the new medical premises everyone will receive the […]

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Poznan Must Not Forget Fate of Balkan Missing (Balkan Insight)

By   /  08/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on Poznan Must Not Forget Fate of Balkan Missing (Balkan Insight)

The West Balkans summit will be a useful occasion for governments to check the progress made to account for the 12,000 people who went missing in the 1990s wars – and remain unaccounted for. This week in Poznan, in western Poland, the countries of the Berlin Process, an initiative designed to foster stronger ties between […]

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Kosovo and North Macedonia MPs discuss human rights (RTK)

By   /  08/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on Kosovo and North Macedonia MPs discuss human rights (RTK)

Kosovo Assembly committee for human rights, gender equality, missing persons and petitions hosted the homologue delegation from the Republic of North Macedonia. Duda Balje, head of this committee said they also discussed issues which do not concern human rights. “We have concluded that we as Kosovo, are leader of the communities’ human rights in the […]

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Protests against hazardous waste disposal in Gorazdevac continue (KoSSev)

By   /  08/07/2019  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  Comments Off on Protests against hazardous waste disposal in Gorazdevac continue (KoSSev)

Serbs and Albanians from Gorazdevac and surrounding villages in Pec municipality keep protesting for days, requesting responsible bodies to relocate the chemical waste from the factory compound located in the village. “SWIS” company, escorted by Kosovo police and Kosovo Security Forces transported the chemical waste from former Footwear and Leather Factory in Pec to Gorazdevac […]

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