Avoid all crowds, protest and demonstrations where possible in Albania. Take care when visiting or hiking in the north-east border areas of Albania.Monitor the media and other sources about possible new security risks. Terrorist attacks have occurred in a number of European cities. Avoid entering locations that display landmine or unexploded ordnance warning signs.In four of the offences the quality of the CCTV was so high that the Crown Prosecution Service authorised charging even though victims had not been identified.The attacks happened on buses in Walthamstow and Ilford between August 11 and October 16 last year, Scotland Yard said.One of his victims was a 13-year-old girl, while the oldest was 43.Zhukas, of no fixed abode, was jailed for 18 months at Snaresbrook Crown Court on Friday after pleading guilty to nine counts of sexual assault.” Around 300 Kosovars have gone to fight with the Islamic State and more than 50 have been killed, Kosovo officials say.
Make sure your passport has at least six months’ validity from your planned date of return to Australia.
Kosovo has not seen any militant attacks on its home turf, but at least 200 people have been detained or investigated for alleged Islamic State-related offenses.
Most of Kosovo’s ethnic Albanian majority are nominally Muslim but overwhelmingly secular.
Petty crime such as mugging, pickpocketing and bag snatching occurs.
Violent crime can also occur, but reports of violence specifically targeting foreigners are rare.