Gezim Kesaj serves up around 2,000 crêpes a day. Customers at his store in the Albanian capital can choose their own filling.
The Albanian version of crêpes comes with goat’s cheese, tomatoes, olives and oregano.
The Anuga food fair showcases some of the world's finest delicacies. Yet amid the gluttony, it also presents a ecologically conscientious menu with sustainable meat alternatives. But can the public stomach it?
Can yogurt be called Greek if it's not made in Greece? The government in Athens faces an uphill battle in defending its creators of the dairy delight which generates billions of euros in global profits.
Global Ideas takes a look at Kosovo's Bear Sanctuary Prishtina, where freed bears can live and relearn natural behaviors after a law ended mistreatment and inadequate captivity in the country in 2010.
A new report by Amnesty International highlights 2016 as an awful year for human rights, with war crimes committed across the world, refugees being scapegoated and global powers failing to rise to the challenge.
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