Passionate fans, billionaire under siege and flying cars. That was the Barum Rally this year right now

Thousands demonstrated in the capital of Kosovo on Wednesday against violence against women and the passivity of institutions. People in Pristina took to the streets for a second day over the assault of an 11-year-old girl who was sexually harassed by five men in a park in Pristina on Saturday. This was reported by the EFE Agency with reference to the local media. Khadim said the Kosovo police chief resigned on Wednesday over the case Pristina Insight.

Demonstrators carried banners reading “Down with patriarchy”, “Teach the men” or “We demand the protection of girls and women.” Feminist organizations have called for protests, and have announced that they will continue with the demonstrations until the government takes effective measures to protect women from male violence and imposes severe penalties for such crimes.

Five men, three of whom are minors, were arrested in connection with Sunday’s incident, in which an 11-year-old girl was attacked, stripped, groped, and raped, according to some sources, according to local media. The protesters also carried cardboard boxes with pictures and names of the suspects in the crime, EFE reported, citing the local daily Koha Detor.


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