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Serbia

Independent regional radio station silenced by second sabotage

Reporters Without Borders condemns the sabotaging of a transmitter used by 100 Plus (www.radiostoplus.com), a radio station based in the southern (...)

Published on 18 September 2009 Read

Serbia

Protest over banning of journalists from press conferences

Reporters Without Borders today condemned local authorities in the region of the southern city of Novi Pazar for drawing up a blacklist of (...)

Published on 27 September 2007 Read

Serbia

Eight ex-paramilitaries arrested for grenade attack on journalist’s home

Reporters Without Borders voiced its support for reporter Dejan Anastasijevic of the weekly Vreme after the police yesterday arrested eight (...)

Published on 10 May 2007 Read

Serbia

New bid to frighten independent media group B 92

Reporters Without Borders today deplored a new threat to the independent broadcasting group B92 with explosions near its offices in Belgrade and (...)

Published on 7 September 2006 Read

Serbia

Four-month suspended sentence for TV editor who broadcast viewers’ SMS messages

Reporters Without Borders today condemned the decision of an appeal court in the southern city of Prokuplje on 10 August to uphold a suspended (...)

Published on 14 August 2006 Read

Serbia

Serbian president blocks parliament’s repressive amendments

Reporters Without Borders today welcomed Serbian President Boris Tadic’s refusal to promulgate legislative amendments passed by parliament on 19 (...)

Published on 28 July 2006 Read


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