Category Archives: Kosovo

Murder for organs: Allegations target Kosovo leader

Let’s see what happens tomorrow. I just reviewed an investigative draft report By the Parliamentary Assembly Council of Europe (PACE).   PACE is a 47-nation group that investigates human rights issues. The organization’s draft investigative report alleges cases of humans who … Continue reading

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Mark Kirk’s bad intelligence

Illinois Republican Senate candidate Mark Kirk continues to explain  inaccurate statements about his military record. Rep. Kirk has now backtracked on three statements he made about his military record as a Naval intelligence officer. Were the statements embellished? Were they … Continue reading

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Kosovo and out

Prishtina, Kosovo: I am ending my two week teaching visit here and several images stay with me. The people I have met, the challenges and opportunities in Kosovo, my students. Thank you for this experience. The people I have met … Continue reading

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Down to business in a very “Gezohem qe te takova” way

Classes began at the Kosovo Institute of Journalism and Communication yesterday. I’m teaching the “Reporting News on the Web” class with nine students who come from a wide variety of backgrounds. Gezohem qe te takova, by the way, means “Pleased … Continue reading

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Back to Kosovo

Just touched down in Kosovo yesterday. Twenty-two hours from Lincoln, Neb. It’s my fifth lecturing visit to the Kosovo Institute of Journalism and Communication. KIJAC’s mission is to provide future journalists from Kosovo and the wider region with practical journalistic … Continue reading

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