Pristina | Majlinda Aliu | 29 November 2018

The Kosovo government decided to impose 100% customs duties against Serbia and Bosnia Herzegovina. A decision strongly criticized by Brussels, and which risks further damaging the fragile dialogue with Belgrade

Pristina, closed for smog

Sky-high pollution rates led Prishtina authorities to close the centre to traffic, while many citizens protested to ask for new measures to improve quality of air. A photo-report by Veton Kasapolli/OBCT

The Rugova valley: a trail of flavours

A trekking, a project to revamp a region, a dream of the Italian association Viaggiare i Balcani together with other ngos and institutions. The photos by Camilla de Maffei of the Rugova Valley, on the Kosovo side of the trekking

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