29 Jan 16 Croatian Newspaper Loses Spy Claim Libel Case

Croatian newspaper Nacional must pay 9,100 euro compensation to vice prime minister Tomislav Karamarko for publishing claims that he was an informer for the Yugoslav intelligence service.

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26 Jan 16 Belgrade Security Chief ‘Closely Monitored Murdered Journalist’

A former state security officer testified that his chief, murder defendant Milan Radonjic, was taking “unusual” interest in the surveillance of journalist Slavko Curuvija before he was killed in 1999.

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25 Jan 16 Serbian Security Officers Deny Knowing Journalist’s Killers

Two state security officers said they had opposition journalist Slavko Curuvija under surveillance on the day he was murdered in 1999, but denied having any knowledge about who shot him.

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14 Jan 16 Kosovo War Movie Nominated for Oscar

The short film ‘Shok’ (‘Friend’), about how the 1990s war affects the lives of two boys, has made cinematographic history in Kosovo after being nominated for an Oscar.

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12 Jan 16 Serbian Surveillance Documents on Murdered Journalist ‘Destroyed’

State security surveillance reports on Slavko Curuvija were sent for destruction on the day that Slobodan Milosevic was overthrow in 2000, a witness told the trial for the journalist’s murder.

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09 Dec 15 Serbian Security Bars Officers from Murder Testimony

Serbia’s state security agency said two of its former officers should not testify in public at the trial for the 1999 murder of journalist Slavko Curuvija, an opponent of Slobodan Milosevic.

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10 Nov 15 Serbian Journalist ‘Shot After Surveillance Officers Stood Down’

A former Serbian state security officer told the Slavko Curuvija murder trial that the prominent journalists was killed minutes after a security team was told to stop following him.

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04 Nov 15 Kosovo Books ‘Will Help Genocide Case Against Serbia’

Kosovo’s War Crime Institute published four new books on the 1998-99 which the government said will be important documents when it begins its attempt to sue Serbia for genocide.

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26 Oct 15 Serbia Plans Kosovo Online Propaganda Campaign

Belgrade is to launch an internet campaign in an attempt to undermine Kosovo’s bid to join UN cultural body UNESCO and combat what it describes as anti-Serbian “internet warriors”.

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16 Oct 15 Slovenian Rockers Laibach to Sue Croatian Right-Wingers

Slovenian avant-garde rockers Laibach have threatened to sue a Croatian right-wing political party for using one of the band’s best-known songs in a promotional video.

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13 Oct 15 Serbia PM: Croatian Media Insulted My Dead Relatives

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic accused Croatian newspaper Jutarnji list of insulting his dead relatives by claiming they were not killed by Nazi-allied Croat troops during WWII.

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08 Sep 15 Serbian Editor ‘Shot After Row with Milosevic’s Wife’

At the trial for the murder of Serbian journalist Slavko Curuvija in 1999, his daughter said that he had a major confrontation with Slobodan Milosevic’s wife before he was killed.

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07 Sep 15 Serbian Security Officer Denies Killing Journalist

Ratko Romic, one of the former Belgrade security officers on trial for killing opposition journalist Slavko Curuvija in 1999, insisted that he had an alibi for the day of the murder.

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19 Aug 15 BIRN Film on Kosovo Makes Debut in Sarajevo

BIRN documentary on some of the most brutal crimes of the Kosovo war had its international premiere at this year’s Sarajevo Film Festival.

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17 Aug 15 BIRN’s War Movie Premieres at Sarajevo Film Festival

BIRN’s latest feature-length documentary ‘The Unidentified’, investigating the commanders responsible for some of the most brutal attacks of the Kosovo war, will be screened at this year’s Sarajevo Film Festival.

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