CPJ: Serbia must do more to protect media freedom

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CPJ: Serbia must do more to protect media freedom

The ongoing trial in the case of journalist Milan Jovanovic, who was the target of an arson attack, as well as the reversal of the first-instance verdict for the murder of Slavko Curuvija, are “indicators of the state of media freedoms in Serbia," said Europe and Central Asia Program Coordinator at the Committee to Protect Journalists, Gulnoza Said.

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