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Montenegro

Mayor’s son gets suspended sentence for brutal attack on two journalists

Reporters Without Borders deplores the six-month suspended jail sentence that Miljan Mugosa, a son of Podgorica’s mayor and currently a foreign (...)

Published on 24 July 2012 Read

Montenegro

Journalist’s attacker sentenced

A court in the capital city of Podgorica has sentenced Ivan Buskovic, 29, to nine months in prison for assault and battery on journalist Olivera (...)

Published on 20 July 2012 Read

Montenegro

Four-month jail term for libel seen as test for EU membership will

Reporters Without Borders is outraged by a Podgorica court’s decision this week to sentence journalist Petar Komnenic to four months in prison on (...)

Published on 20 April 2012 Read

Montenegro

Another arson attack on car owned by leading daily

Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns the latest arson attack on a car displaying the colours of the Podgorica-based daily Vijesti on the (...)

Published on 25 July 2011 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

New legislation threaten independence of media

Reporters Without Borders has protested against the adoption by the Montenegro parliament on 28 July of legislation limiting the editorial (...)

Published on 6 August 2002 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Newspaper condemned for saying President was cigarette smuggler

The Montenegrin daily newspaper Dan was ordered on 13 June to pay Montegrin President Milo Djukanovic 15,500 euros damages for causing him "moral (...)

Published on 17 June 2002 Read


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