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Blogger gets six months in jail for defamation

Reporters Without Borders strongly condemns the six-month jail sentence that Mitja Kunstelj, a well-known and controversial blogger, received on (...)

Published on 16 May 2013 Read


Government pressure on public broadcasting

Reporters Without Borders is very disturbed by the government’s illegal and arbitrary dismissal of four members of the state-owned broadcaster RTV (...)

Published on 3 August 2012 Read


Two journalists threatened for saying politicians were involved in arms trafficking

Reporters Without Borders deplores all the online calls that have been made in the past few days for the death of Matej Surc and Blaz Zgaga, two (...)

Published on 2 December 2011 Read


Right of reply : "Mr. Berglund should not fear the legal system if his allegations are supported with evidence"

Following our 2 February press release, the Slovenian Democratic Party sent us this reply on 10 February : "Reporters without borders on (...)

Published on 10 February 2010 Read


Former PM sues Finnish journalist for 1.5 million euros before Slovenian court

Reporters Without Borders condemns the defamation actions which former Prime Minister Janez Jansa and the Slovenian state have brought against (...)

Published on 2 February 2010 Read


The daily Dnevnik allowed to publish freely again

Reporters Without Borders today welcomed the decision of the Ljubljana appeal court to lift an injunction against the Slovenian daily Dnevnik (...)

Published on 9 October 2009 Read


Court injunction backed by heavy fines silences newspaper

Reporters Without Borders is outraged by the injunction issued by a Ljubljana district court on 6 August banning the daily Dnevnik to mention (...)

Published on 19 August 2009 Read


Parliament asked to probe allegations of government pressure on news media

Reporters Without Borders today called on the Slovenian parliament to appoint a commission to investigate serious allegations that the government (...)

Published on 18 October 2007 Read




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