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  1. A confrontation between Russian forces and NATO forces over the Pristina International Airport occurred on 12 June 1999, in the aftermath of the Kosovo War.Russian troops occupied the airport ahead of a NATO deployment, resulting in a tense stand-off, which was resolved peacefully.

  2. The Prishtina International Film Festival (PriFilmFest), also known as the Pristina Film Festival, is a film festival held annually in Prishtina, Kosovo, that screens prominent international cinema productions in the Balkan region, and draws attention to the Kosovar film industry. It was created after the 2008 Kosovo declaration of independence.

  3. The University of Pristina (Albanian: Universiteti i Prishtinës) is a public university located in Pristina, Kosovo. It is the institution that emerged after the disestablishment of the University of Pristina (1969–99) as a result of the Kosovo War. The inauguration of the university was a historical occurrence not only for the people of ...

  4. Gračanica (Serbian Cyrillic: Грачаница) or Graçanicë (definite Albanian form: Graçanica), is a town and municipality located in Pristina District in central Kosovo. [a] As of 2011, it has an estimated population of 10,675 inhabitants, though most Serbs boycotted the Kosovo government's attempt at conducting a census.

  5. Kosovo Radiotelevisions like RTK, RTV21 and KTV have their musical charts. Education. Education is provided for all levels, primary, secondary, and university degrees. University of Pristina is the public university of Kosovo, with several faculties and majors. The National Library (BK) is the main and the largest library in Kosovo, located in ...

  6. Before December 2018, EULEX had an executive mandate to pursue two operational objectives: a monitoring, mentoring and advising objective, providing support to Kosovo's rule of law institutions – specifically in the police, judiciary and customs areas - and to the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, and an executive objective, supporting the ...

  7. Pristina, depuis la déclaration de l'indépendance du Kosovo, voit de nouveaux projets tous les jours. Un millionnaire albanais avait pour projet en 2006 de construire le plus grand gratte-ciel des Balkans, l'ENK Complex (de) : 300 000 m 2 et 165 mètres de hauteur. Le complexe est en construction depuis 2008.

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