Also by Bekim Bislimi
July 08, 2021
'We Don't Allow Serbs': Kosovar City's First Serb Returnee Reopens Wartime Wounds
Dragica Gasic said her dream had come true after Kosovar authorities allowed her to return to her apartment in a western city whose mostly Muslim residents suffered hugely during ethnic fighting in the late 1990s. The elation didn't last long.
January 25, 2021
Don't Call Us, We'll Call You: Kosovo's Vetting Strategy For Diaspora Voters Adds To Election Chaos
As obstacles pile up in Kosovo for snap elections in less than three weeks, Kosovars abroad are miffed at the election commission's decision to exclude them from voting if they miss a phone call.
December 29, 2020
'Illegal' Vaccines In Northern Kosovo Provide A Heavy Dose Of Cross-Border Politics
Kosovo tries to get to the bottom of a "clandestine" COVID-19 vaccination campaign in its mostly ethnic Serbian regions -- seemingly launched by Belgrade -- that it says threatens national security.
July 07, 2012
Kosovar Athletes' Olympic Dreams Put On Hold
In May, the International Olympic Committee rejected Kosovo's bid to send a team to the London 2012 Summer Games. That decision has left the country's young Olympic hopefuls bitter and disappointed -- but looking ahead with determination to 2016.
November 13, 2009
Serbian Candidates Run In Landmark Kosovo Vote
Voters in Kosovo are at the polls for the first elections since the region declared independence from Serbia in February 2008. The municipal elections are seen as a critical opportunity to engage Kosovo's minority Serbs in the political process, despite objections from Belgrade.