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Press freedom 2009 (May- Aug)


SEEMO / IPI Reaction: Turkey Bans Gunluk Newspaper over Alleged 'Terrorist Propaganda'
VIENNA, 27 August 2009
 
An Istanbul criminal court has ordered the closure, for one month, of Gunluk newspaper - which is known for raising issues related to Turkey's Kurdish minority - over an article considered by the court to constitute propaganda for a terrorist organisation. The article was published earlier this month... read more
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SEEMO / IPI Reaction: Temporary Injunction Slapped on Slovene Daily Dnevnik over Businessman Corruption Allegations
VIENNA, 20 August 2009
 
A temporary court injunction has been slapped on Slovene daily newspaper Dnevnik, preventing it from reporting on an alleged corruption controversy. The newspaper faces heavy financial penalties if it breaches the vaguely worded court order... read more
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Editor-in-Chief of Serbian Radio Station Threatened by Local Politician
Vienna, 7 August 2009
 
The Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) condemns the threats directed against Radio Lim in Priboj, Serbia, and its editor-in-chief, Danica Guduric. According to information received by SEEMO from the Journalists Association of Serbia (UNS), the threats were made by the Deputy Mayor of Priboj, Dragomir Minic... read more
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Physical Attack on Journalists by Mayor of Podgorica and His Son - Montenegro
Vienna, 7 August 2009
 
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) is alarmed over the 5 August 2009 assault on two journalists of the independent Montenegrin daily newspaper Vijesti by the Mayor of Podgorica, Miomir Mugosa, and his son Miljan, who works for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro... read more
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Finnish Journalist Faces Jail Time in Slovenia over Broadcast Accusing Government of Corruption
Vienna, 31 July 2009
 

IPI/SEEMO Condemns Use of Criminal Defamation Charge to Pressure Journalists

Slovenia has charged Finnish journalist Magnus Berglund with two counts of criminal defamation after a documentary he produced quoted unnamed sources as saying that members of the former Slovene government - including former Prime Minister Janez Jansa - accepted bribes in arms deals with Finnish arms maker Patria... read more

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SEEMO/IPI Concerned About Proposed Amendments to Serbian Law on Public Information
Vienna, 30 July 2009
 
The Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), is concerned about proposed Amendments to the Law on Public Information, which were drafted by the Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Justice and accepted during the government session on 9 July 2009.
SEEMO supports Serbian journalists, journalists' associations and representatives of the media industry in their call for changes to the proposed Amendments... read more
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Death threats received by Serbian journalist of Belgrade weekly Vreme
Vienna, 30 July 2009
 
The Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) is deeply concerned over the recent death threats received by Serbian journalist Milos Vasic of the Belgrade weekly Vreme.
According to information before SEEMO, Vasic, who lives and works in Belgrade, was threatened via a letter sent to the daily,Glas Srpske, in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina... read more
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Recent Media Developments in Moldova
VIENNA, 20 July 2009
 
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) is alarmed by recent media developments in Moldova. Media representatives are frequently being prevented by the Moldovan authorities from reporting freely, especially following parliamentary elections in April this year... read more
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Verbal attacks against journalists by deputy of parliament in Republic of Macedonia/FYROM
VIENNA, 17 June 2009
 
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) is informed that on 16 June 2009 journalists reporting from the Parliament in the Republic of Macedonia/FYROM were the target of verbal attacks, including slander, by deputy of parliament Amdi Bajram... read more
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Attackers of Croatian journalist still not caught after more than a year
VIENNA, 15 June 2009
 
More than one year after the brutal assault on Dusan Miljus, an investigative reporter for the Croatian daily newspaper Jutarnji List, his attackers are yet to be arrested. The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), calls on the Croatian authorities to further ensure Miljus's protection and to bring to justice those responsible for the attack... read more
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Threats against BIRN Kosovo Director Jeta Xharra and her team
VIENNA, 15 June 2009
 
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) is deeply concerned over recent attacks on BIRN Kosovo Director Jeta Xharra and her team, who produce the programme Jeta ne Kosove, aired on the public broadcaster RTK Kosovo... read more
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IPI / SEEMO Urges Slovak Agency to Drop Case against Newspaper
VIENNA, 4 June 2009
 
A Slovak government agency should immediately drop a civil complaint against the daily SME that was filed when the newspaper refused to print a response to a column under a controversial right-of-reply law, the International Press Institute said today... read more
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Warnings received by Serbian TV channel B92 over Belgrade port allegations
Vienna, 28 May 2009
 
The South East European Media Organisation (SEEMO) has been informed that the Serbian TV channel B92 received warning letters from the lawyers of the Port of Belgrade days ahead of the broadcasting of the B92 programme, "Insider". The programme was nevertheless broadcast on 25 May 2009 and contained information referring to the Port of Belgrade, Serbia... read more
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Threat against Journalist in Serbia by Serbian Orthodox Priest
Vienna, 7 May 2009
 
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) strongly condemns the threat made by the Serbian Orthodox priest Vlastimir Zlatic against the Serbian journalist Zoran Marjanovic, correspondent for the newspapers "Kurir" and "Glas Javnosti", in the village of Silopaj, near Gornji Milanovac, Serbia... read more
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SEEMO concerned at the growing number of press freedom violations in South East Europe
SEEMO alarmed at growing number of press freedom violations in South East Europe
SEEMO welcomes Serbia commission to investigate journalist murders
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SEEMO urges Serbia mayor to drop lawsuit against newspaper

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The South East Europe Media Organisation * Südosteuropäische Medienorganisation * Медијска организација Југоисточне Европе * Medijska organizacija Jugoistočne Europe
Medijska organizacija Jugoistočne Evrope * Organizata mediale e Evropës Juglindore * Medijska organizacija za Jugovzhodno Evropo
Медиумската организација на југоисточна Европа * Organizzazione dei Media del Sud-Est Europa *
l’Organisation des médias du Sud Est de l’Europe
Délkelet-európai Médiaszervezet * Organizácia médií juhovýchodnej Európy * Organizace medií jihovýchodní Evropy * Kaakkois-Euroopan maiden mediajarjesto
Медийна организация за югоизточна Европа * Media Organisatie voor Zuid Oost Europa * Organización de Medios de Comunicación del Sureste Europeo
Dimosiografikos Organismos Notioanatolikis Evropis (Δημοσιογραφικός Οργανισμός Νοτιοανατολικής Ευρώπης) * Медиа Организация Юго-Восточной Европы
Медiа Органiзацiя Пiвденно-Схiдно Європи * Organizacja Medii Poludniowo-Wschodniej Europy * Cənubi-Şərqi Avropa üzrə Media Təşkilatının
Den sydøsteuropæiske medieorganisation * ארגון המדיה הדרום-מזרח אירופי * दक्षिण पूर्वी यूरोप मीडिया संगठन * Güneydoğu Avrupa Medya Örgütü
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