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SEENPM urges swift investigation of possible attack on president of Croatian Journalists’ Association

The South East European Network for Profession­alization of Media (SEENPM) urges the authorities of the Republic of Croatia to investigate with the utmost diligence...

Croatian Journalists’ Association Alleges Assassination Attempt on its President

Sasa Lekovic, president of the Croatian Journalists’ Association (HND), noticed that his car was damaged while driving on 27 October 2016. The auto mechanic...

Turkey: Bianet Media Monitoring Report: July – September 2016

107 Journalists in Prison, 2,500 Others Left Unemployed Due To Closures Of 107 arrested journalists, 71 are from Gülen Community, 29 others from Kurdish Media....

Hungary: prosecutor acts on ECPMF fact finding mission report

One year after a group of journalists were beaten up and detained by police guarding the Serbian-Hungarian border, the state prosecutor has started a...

Recent threats and attack on journalists in Bosnia and Herzegovina unacceptable, says OSCE media freedom rep.

VIENNA, 16 September 2016 – OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović today condemned a recent physical attack and threats against journalists...

22 From Özgür Gündem Daily Taken Into Custody – Released

19 August 2016 - The 22 people, among whom there were 20 journalists, detained in the police raid on Özgür Gündem daily testified to the...

OSCE Rep. condemns incidents directed at journalists and independent voices in Bosnia and Herzegovina

VIENNA, 29 July 2016 – Continuing intimidation and violence against journalists and independent voices is unacceptable and could further weaken media freedom and freedom...

Protesters Claim Croatia Government Stifles Press Freedom

Croatian journalists and activists staged a protest in Zagreb, claiming the government is undermining media freedom in the country in an attempt to promote...

CPJ: 2016 Edition of Attacks on the Press with Gender Focus

The 2016 edition of Committee to Protect Journalists' (CPJ) annual publication, Attacks on the Press, looks at the intersection of press freedom and gender. The...

Serbia: Journalists’ safety – Systematic (un)involvement in solving the problem

Twenty two years ago, on 8 April, journalist Radislava Dada Vujasinovic was found murdered in her apartment. Recalling her death every year, a series...
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