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MONTENEGRO: Investigative journalists should by no means be treated as the enemies of the state

MONTENEGRO: Investigative journalists should by no means be treated as the enemies of the state

Contest for the European Union Award for Investigative Journalism launched in Montenegro

SERBIA: New call for EU investigative journalism award launched

SERBIA: New call for EU investigative journalism award launched

The Award seeks to promote outstanding achievements of investigative journalists.

'Soft censorship' rife in Serbian media

'Soft censorship' rife in Serbian media

Government pressure, state funding for favoured outlets and self-censorship have all contributed to a worsening in Serbia's media landscape, a
Turkey's media regulator plagued by lack of transparency and partisanship

Turkey's media regulator plagued by lack of transparency and partisanship

Turkey's Supreme Board of Radio and Television (RTÜK), which has been criticized by observers for being overtly lenient towards government-aff
Open Talks About Covert Censorship

Open Talks About Covert Censorship

BIRN Serbia is organising a regional debate about media freedom and censorship.

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