Life in Kosovo analyses the situation in Northern Kosovo

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On Thursday, Life in Kosovo broadcasts an exclusive programme from northern Kosovo.

Questions covered will include: What hides behind the barricades in the north of the country? How do Albanians feel about it, and what account do Serbs give about the blocked streets? What message was brought to Serbs by Russians in military uniforms? How relaxed are KFOR peacekeepers in Mitrovica near the barricades?

Journalist Muhamet Hajrullahu stayed for a week in different parts of the north of the country, and will give an exclusive story about the Albanians and Serbs living in the north.

After the show, BIRN will broadcast a report from journalist Alban Selimi, who describes how experts from the United States’ prestigious Harvard University came to Kosovo to confirm that its people are living beneath the most damaging chimneys in Europe.

BIRN will also broadcast another report by Alban, showing how doctors forged documents for the sake of a colleague.

Afterwards, journalist Edona Musa will present a report revealing more forgery, this time for grades and job contracts in schools.

Finally, the ‘Youth in Kosovo’ section will feature a report about the ATOMI project and its selection process for finding young people with exceptional intelligence.