Vasfije Krasniqi-Goodman, who was abused by Serb policemen as a teenager, is demanding justice from her parliament seat.
Valerie Plesch is a freelance journalist and photographer based in Kosovo. She covers post-war issues, religion, culture, sports and politics and has ... also reported from Afghanistan, Vietnam and Nepal
How the legacy of the Vietnam War is shaping many Vietnamese Americans’ picks in the upcoming election.
Domestic violence hotlines and shelters in the US struggle to safely cope with surge in cases amid COVID-19 lockdowns.
PPE shortages across the US may have led to doctors and nurses getting sick, and in some cases dying from COVID-19.
Appointment of six women in leadership posts represents highest percentage since end of the war more than 20 years ago.
Forensic efforts to identify remains from 1998-1999 war, which involve reopening graves, draw support and resistance.
In April, 110 Kosovars – mostly women and children – returned on a US military aircraft from a Syrian camp.
Serbs feel targeted by authorities in the northern city, where a river separates them from ethnic Albanians.
On April 27, 1999, Serbian forces killed 376 ethnic Albanian Muslims and Catholics in Meja as they sought refuge.
Kosovars remember air raids to remove Milosevic’s forces as moment filled with both fear and spirit of liberation.