Kosovo

July 12, 2024

Kosovo Court Convicts Ex-Policeman Over Village Massacre

Muhamet Alidemaj, a former member of the Serbian police, was sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment by the Pristina Basic Court for participating in a massacre at […]
July 12, 2024

Ivanovic Murder Trial Exposed Glaring Failings in Kosovo’s Justice System

From the failure to charge the main suspects in the murder of Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic to delays, escapes and procedural mishaps, the trial cast […]
July 11, 2024

Kosovo MPs Adopt Independent Media Commission Law Despite Misgivings

As Kosovo’s parliament voted for a bill extending the powers of the Independent Media Commission to cover online media in the same way as TV and […]
July 11, 2024

UN Resolution 1244 Has Become an Impediment to Lasting Serbia-Kosovo Peace

While Serbia continues to rely on the 1999 UN Security Council resolution, ill will and resentment will continue to dominate relations with Kosovo – and normalisation […]
July 9, 2024

Kosovo Serb Convicted in Ivanovic Murder Case Flees Justice

Kosovo Police told BIRN they are unable to arrest Marko Rosic, who was sentenced to 10 years’ prison and a 10,000-euros fine over the murder of […]
July 4, 2024

Serbia Detains Kosovo Albanian for War Crimes; Pristina Authorities Protest

A Serbian court has ordered custody for a Kosovo Albanian suspected of committing war crimes against Yugoslav Army troops during the Kosovo war – the fourth […]
July 1, 2024

Kosovo Has a Legal ‘Right to be Forgotten’ – But Few Know About It

The law in Kosovo recognises the ‘right to be forgotten’, but most people in the country don’t know they can seek the removal of their personal […]
June 28, 2024

Kosovo Serb Politician Oliver Ivanovic: Convictions in Murder Trial, But Justice Not Done

The trial for the assassination of Oliver Ivanovic, a Kosovo Serb opposition politician gunned down outside his party’s office, sparked claims that powerful criminals are able […]
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