Kosovan people stubs

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  1. Genta Ismajli

    Genta Ismajli

    85,447 views
    Kosovar, Singer

  2. Getoar Selimi

    Getoar Selimi

    8,240 views
    Kosovar, Rapper

  3. Lyrical Son

    Lyrical Son

    1,852 views
    Kosovar, Rapper

  4. Mc Kresha

    Mc Kresha

    867 views
    Rapper

  5. Vlora Çitaku

    Vlora Çitaku

    362 views
    Kosovar, Diplomat

  6. Marigona Dragusha

    Marigona Dragusha

    285 views
    Kosovar beauty queen

  7. Tahir Zemaj

    Tahir Zemaj

    242 views
    Kosovar murder victim

  8. Dafina Zeqiri (composer)

    Dafina Zeqiri (composer)

    161 views
    Kosovar composer

  9. D.U.D.A.

    D.U.D.A.

    84 views
    Kosovar, Rapper

  10. Yllka Berisha

    Yllka Berisha

    61 views
    Swedish, Model

  11. Enver Maloku

    Enver Maloku

    49 views
    Kosovar, Journalist

  12. Besim Kabashi

    Besim Kabashi

    47 views
    Kickboxer

  13. Tuna (singer)

    Tuna (singer)

    41 views
    Balkan singer

  14. Faruk Begolli

    Faruk Begolli

    40 views
    kosovar actor

  15. Xhemajl Mustafa

    Xhemajl Mustafa

    39 views

    Xhemail Mustafa (Serbo-Croatian: 'Džemajil Mustafa') (born in 1954 in the village of Glamnik, Podujevo, FPR Yugoslavia) was a political advisor of Ibrahim Rugova (Kosovo President) and a member of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK). He was shot dead by an unknown gunman outside his apartment in Pristina on 23 November 2000. In his honour, a primary school just steps from where he died bears his name.


  16. Esat Valla

    Esat Valla

    36 views
    Kosovar painter

  17. Bajram Kosumi

    Bajram Kosumi

    33 views

    Bajram Kosumi (born 20 March 1960, in Kosovska Kamenica, Yugoslavia - now Republic of Kosovo) is an ethnic Albanian politician in Kosovo who served as the Prime Minister of Kosovo for nearly one year. He was nominated by Kosovan President Ibrahim Rugova and elected Prime Minister by the Kosovo Parliament on 23 March 2005 following his predecessor Ramush Haradinaj's indictment for war crimes and subsequent resignation. Kosumi resigned on 1 March 2006 amid widespread unpopularity and was replaced by former rebel leader Agim Çeku. He also served as the deputy chairman of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo.


  18. Fadil Muriqi

    Fadil Muriqi

    32 views
    footballer

  19. Endrit Shala

    Endrit Shala

    30 views


    Endrit Shala (Serbo-Croatian: 'Endrit Šala') (born 2 December 1981 in Pristina, SFR Yugoslavia). He is a member of the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK). Shala is considered to be Fatmir Limaj's right hand and close political partner.


  20. Enver Hoxhaj

    Enver Hoxhaj

    29 views
    Kosovar, Diplomat

  21. Edmond Rugova

    Edmond Rugova

    27 views

    Edmond Rugova is a Kosovar Albanian football coach and former football player. Rugova formerly coached the Kosovo national football team, a post he held since his appointment by the Football Federation of Kosovo in the summer of 2006 until his departure in July 2009.


  22. Melihate Ajeti

    Melihate Ajeti

    26 views
    Kosovar Albanian actress

  23. Fatmir Limaj

    Fatmir Limaj

    25 views

    Fatmir Limaj (born 4 February 1971) ,is a politician from Kosovo. He is mayor of Nisma per Kosovën politic subject.Fatmir Limaj served as Minister of Transpot and Telecommunication in the government of the Republic of Kosova.


  24. Ylber Hysa

    Ylber Hysa

    25 views

    Ylber Hysa is a member of the Assembly of Kosovo. He is a member of the Reformist Party ORA and a civil rights activist, and for many years was the director of Kosovo Action for Civic Initiatives (KACI), a Kosovo Albanian non-governmental organization.


  25. Enver Hasani

    Enver Hasani

    22 views

    Enver Hasani is a Kosovar Albanian academic. He is the chairman of the Constitutional Court of Kosovo and previously was the rector of the University of Pristina.


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