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Serbia – Balkans’ Black Champion of Journalists’ Safety: Reports on Western Balkan Countries

Serbia is maintaining its infamous rank in the region as the country in which journalists’ safety is the most endangered, the data from comparative...

RSF urges Serbian authorities to condemn verbal attacks on journalists

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Serbian authorities to condemn an alarming series of verbal attacks on journalists in recent days and to...

Bosnian Serb Leader Launched Shameful and Dangerous Verbal Attack on Serbia’s CINS Editor in Chief

The Serbian Center for Investigative Journalism, CINS, will be considering its legal options regarding accusations made by the President of the Serb-controlled half of...

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...

Tense Episodes between Media and Politics in Albania

Two recent verbal assaults on journalists in Albania – by political militants and Prime Minister Edi Rama - show clear friction between politics and...

CoE report: A decade of attacks on journalists from member states

Over the past 10 years, violence and abuse have skyrocketed against media workers and whistle-blowers from the 47 Council of Europe (CoE) member countries...

Bulgaria Bans Book That Attacks Government Critics

Bulgaria halted on 15 March the distribution of a book that slammed several journalists, activists and politicians as "foreign mercenaries" who want to take control of the country with...
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