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Macedonia: State Department reports on subordinate media, attacks on journalists, public distrust

The Country Report on Human Rights Practices for 2017 for Macedonia, prepared by the US State Department, itemizes numerous instances of threats and attacks to journalists,...

BiH: Journalists’ protection from powerful people in local communities

Freedom of expression in BiH is still not on a satisfactory level and journalists are often exposed to various kinds of pressure, even including...

Attacks and hate speech on social networks in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Numerous journalists in Bosnia and Herzegovina are still facing attacks and harassment on the Internet and particularly on social networks. These are mainly directed...

Serbia: the safety of journalists outside the state’s sphere of competence

Since the beginning of this year, fifteen journalists have suffered threats and attacks. Representatives of the authorities say that they condemn such attacks, but...

Journalists’ unions worldwide back an IFJ ground-breaking UN Convention on journalists’ protection

Journalists leaders from around the world backed a call by the IFJ for a ground-breaking new United Nations Convention aimed at giving greater protection...

Two-fold risk for Serbia’s women journalists as attackers target their work and gender

By Marija Sajkas / CPJ Guest blogger "In the past five years I was publically called many things. I was an old hag, a sterile, cheap...

Bulgaria: TV journalist threatened by politicians

Brussels, 11 October 2017- The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) are concerned about recent threats to Bulgarian TV journalist Viktor Nikolaev...

Serbia, the state against independent media

First the closure of the weekly Novine Vranjske and the hunger strike of its director, then the Defense minister's attack against the investigative portal Krik. Hard times...

Serbia: Media freedom worsening as Serbs take to the streets

A few days before the 2 April 2017 Serbian presidential elections, a picture was posted on Twitter that caused an unexpected storm. by Mitra Nazar,...

Bosnia and Herzegovina, journalists under attack

Also in 2016, physical attacks, threats, and serious limitations have made the life of journalists in Bosnia and Herzegovina increasingly difficult. by Adis Šušnjar, Sarajevo In...
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