In Kosovo, the Phone Tap is Running

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Kosovo doesn’t yet have a legislation to regulate the surveillance of individuals under suspicion of wrongdoing. Several law-enforcement mechanisms can execute phone tapping, and this has created tremendous problems and serious breach of privacy.
Some 700 to 1000 people are put under surveillance by authorities during one month. This is a very high number for a country ... Read More »

Support the Party and Enjoy Good Luck

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Tens of millions of euros have been distributed among the businesses and individuals that have financed the prime-minister’s Hashim Thaçi’s Kosovo Democratic Party, PDK.
This money has been given to the financers of the Party during the electoral campaign.  Though most of the financial support to PDK has not been declared, there are tens of names ... Read More »

Uncontrolled trade with ferrous scrap brings a danger of radiation exposure for every body

Potential danger. Ruined factory floors, bridges and other infrastructure in Kosovo which were targets of the attacks during the war signify potentially dangerous raw material.

Ferrous scrap is becoming one of the most required products in the Balkan region, and only during the latest years in Macedonia, Serbia and Kosovo are opened more than thousand purchase centers. Mostly, ferrous scrap is gathered from the regions exposed almost for two decades to military actions and influence of the radioactive material from the bombs with depleted uranium.

Scoop Deeply Disturbed about Death Threat to Kosovo Albanian Journalist

Scoop states support for Kosovo journalist Jeta Xharra, and her colleagues, victims of a dirty smearing campaign and right now threatened by government-supported media because of her and her team’s continuing struggle against corruption and crime in their home country.

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