Even though this was not the first public outdoor event of the country, today Kosovo marked its first Pride Parade, with LGBTI activists and supporters marching from the capitals Skanderbeg Square to Zahir Pajaziti Square.
Last Friday night two gay men became victims of a homophobic attack in Ferizaj a town 35 km from Pristina, in Kosovo. One of the victims was badly injured over his body and face and is now under hospital treatment. Four men were identified as attackers and are now under police arrest.
The International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia was celebrated today in Pristina, Kosovo with an equality march in the capital’s centre. The march which was organized by the three LGBTI organizations present in the country, CEL, CSGD and QESH was attended by Kosovo’s President Mr.
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