Kosovo Court’s Penalty for Harassment of Kallxo Journalist Criticised as Lenient

The accused A.P. has been found guilty by the Prishtina Basic Court for harassing KALLXO.com journalist Arjana Berisha via telephone, in August 2022, after the publication of a video recording showing a bus driver using a mobile phone. The Association of Journalists of Kosovo, AJK, reacted on Thursday after the Prishtina Basic Court issued a…

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Kosovo Prosecution Probes Sexual Harassment Allegations Against University Professor

The Basic Prosecution of Prishtina has initiated an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against Xhevat Krasniqi, a mathematics professor at the University of Prishtina, following a criminal complaint filed against him. The Basic Prosecution of Prishtina  announced, on Tuesday, that it had initiated an investigation against Xhevat Krasniqi, mathematics professor at the University of…

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Brothers Indeed: Kosovo Albanians Share Memories of Sheltering Displaced Families During the War

Some hosted and some were sheltered; the doors which opened during the Kosovo war are never forgotten, nor is the taste of the bread shared amidst fear and anxiety. The sack of flour, the tractor, and the rooms once used as oda,  traditional Albanian guest rooms, evoke memories of a lifelong friendship and the common…

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Kosovo Hails NATO Contribution as it Celebrates Quarter Century of Liberation

Kosovo leaders observed a parade of military and police forces in Prishtina’s city centre on the 25th anniversary of the country’s liberation. Military and police forces paraded through Prishtina’s main squares on Wednesday as Kosovo marked the 25th anniversary of liberation from Serbia, a pivotal moment in the country’s history and the end of a…

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War Stories: Exhibition Recalls Coverage of Kosovo Conflict, 25 Years Later

Presented by BIRN Kosovo, KALLXO.com, Prishtina Biennale and Paper Gallery, the ‘Reporting House’ exhibition opened on Monday, June 10, the anniversary of the end of 11 weeks of NATO air strikes to drive out Serbian forces under then strongman Slobodan Milosevic. Kosovo President Vjosa Osmani, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, and Prishtina Mayor Perparim Rama…

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Digital Defence: Kosovo’s Newly Formed Center Aims to Educate Public Officials on Cyber Security

Newly formed state training centre for cyber security seeks to improve state institutions’ capacities in combating cyber attacks. The recently established State Training Centre for Cyber ​​Security aims to improve the limited cyber security capacities of Kosovo’s public officials in order to address specific risks of cyber attacks.  Bashkim Sejdijaj, commander of the Cyber Defence…

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‘I Never Regretted Helping Kosovo’, UK’s Tony Blair Says

As Kosovo marked the 25th anniversary of the war’s end, Britain’s ex-Prime Minister told MPs he was glad his country helped end ‘oppression and injustice’. Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair received a warm welcome on Monday in Pristina, as Kosovo celebrated the 25th anniversary of its liberation. As Prime Minister of Britain, Blair was…

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Kosovo Special Prosecution Indicts Eight for Abuse of Office after Kallxo.com Investigation

The Kosovo Special Prosecution announced on Monday that it had filed an indictment against eight individuals for abuse of official position related to the construction of a residential complex in Prishtina’s “Lakrishte” neighbourhood, which was revealed by a Kallxo.com investigation three years ago. The Kosovo Special Prosecution filed an indictment against eight individuals for abuse…

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