With a cast and crew from across the Balkans, Italy and France, a new play takes on the controversy surrounding Peter Handke’s 2019 Nobel Prize for Literature and asks, ‘Can we separate the art from the artist?’
A US lawmaker proposed a resolution to Congress calling for the rapists who sexually assaulted Kosovo Albanian war survivor Vasfije Krasniqi Goodman to face justice and for Serbia to stop protecting war criminals.
Kosovo Liberation Army ex-leaders turned politicians Hashim Thaci and Kadri Veseli pleaded not guilty to additional charges filed by Hague prosecutors alleging they committed further wartime and post-war crimes against civilians.
Kosovo’s Court of Appeals upheld the verdict sentencing ex-fighter Zoran Djokic to 12 years in prison for his involvement in Serbian forces’ attacks on ethnic Albanian civilians in the town of Peja/Pec in 1999.
At a ceremony to mark the International Day of the Disappeared, Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti called on Serbia to open up its state archives to reveal where the remaining wartime missing persons are buried.
After Taliban forces swept to power in Afghanistan, governments in Albania, Kosovo and North Macedonia have accepted a US request to offer temporary refuge to some political refugees who are fleeing the country in fear of retaliation.