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Call for imprisoned journalist’s immediate and unconditional release

Reporters Without Borders is appalled to learn that Tomislav Kezarovski, a journalist based in the central town Skopje , was arrested by special (...)

Published on 1 June 2013 Read

Macedonia

Never-ending decline of Macedonia’s media

A year after the shockwaves from the closure of the opposition TV station A1 and several leading national dailies, Reporters Without Borders (...)

Published on 25 June 2012 Read

Macedonia

Draconian foreign media bill elicits mix of laughter and dismay

Reporters Without Borders calls on the Macedonian parliament to urgently amend a proposed foreign media law in order to dispel concern about (...)

Published on 27 February 2012 Read

Macedonia

Disastrous summer for Macedonian media, with TV station and three dailies closed

Reporters Without Borders is very worried about a steady decline in respect for press freedom in Macedonia since the start of the year. The (...)

Published on 17 August 2011 Read

Macedonia

Parliament abolishes prison sentences for press offences

Reporters Without Borders today hailed the Macedonian’s parliament approval on 10 May of a criminal code amendment proposed by the government (...)

Published on 16 May 2006 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Beaten-up journalist near death in hospital

Reporters Without Borders today deplored a night-time attack on the chief editor of a radio station that left him in critical condition in (...)

Published on 26 September 2002 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Threats against journalists a few days before election

Reporters Without Borders protested today against legal action taken by Macedonian interior minister Ljube Boskovski against a journalist who (...)

Published on 9 September 2002 Read


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