Kosovo lies between Serbia, Macedonia, Albania and Montenegro. Its predominantly Muslim, ethnic Albanian population declared independence from Serbia in 2008.
Kosovo, a Balkan nation of 1.8 million people, has two official languages: Albanian and Serbian. Its capital is Pristina. Kosovo is a historically significant region for both ethnic Serbs and ethnic Albanians. In the late 1990s, a move for independence by its majority ethnic Albanian population sparked fighting, prompting a NATO aerial intervention in 1999. This is a collection of DW's latest content on Kosovo.
In Kosovo, around 30% are unemployed and amongst young people the figure tops 60%. Women are the worst off - only one in ten work. And that needs to change, decided a computer programmer in Pristina. So she set up a training programme called Girls Coding Kosovo to train women to programme computers and broaden their horizons and potential to find work. Mitra Nazar went to meet her to learn more.
Projections indicate Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic won a decisive win against a crowded field of opponents. Serbia's presidency is largely ceremonial, but critics worry Vucic may use the role to consolidate his power.