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OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media condemns Brutal Attack on Journalist Angelov

March 19, 2020 1:00 PM
OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media condemns Brutal Attack on Journalist Angelov

  The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Harlem Désir, condemned today the brutal attack on Bulgarian journalist Slavi Angelov, editor of the weekly newspaper and related website “168 chasa”, in Sofia. “I strongly condemn the violent attack today against Slavi Angelov in Sofia,” said Désir. “This is an unacceptable act of intimidation against the […]

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OSCE dismayed by Threats against Journalists of web portal Capital in Bosnia-Herzegovina

February 24, 2020 8:30 PM
OSCE dismayed by Threats against Journalists of web portal Capital in Bosnia-Herzegovina

  The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Harlem Désir, expressed his dismay today at recent insults and threats by Duško Perović, Head of the Representative Office of the Republika Srpska in the Russian Federation, against journalists of the web portal Capital. On 21 February, Perović insulted and threatened […]

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Young Woman Nikolina is a Journalist and Photographer

September 29, 2019 2:00 PM
Young Woman Nikolina is a Journalist and Photographer

  My name is Nikolina and I am currently finishing my studies at the Faculty of Technology in Banja Luka at the Graphic Engineering curriculum. From an early age, I showed interest in technology and disassembled things like watches to find out how they work. In my spare time, I […]

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Bosnia and Herzegovina through Eyes of Romanian Poet and Philosopher

August 23, 2019 2:00 PM
Bosnia and Herzegovina through Eyes of Romanian Poet and Philosopher

Ion-Marius Tatomir, a Romanian press correspondent, member of the Romanian Journalists without Borders Association(AJRP), based in Canada, internationally published poet and philosopher visited Bosnia and Herzegovina in June. “BiH is very beautiful. I always wanted to visit Medjugorje and Sarajevo. Of course, I couldn’t leave out from the list Mostar […]

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Famous BH Journalist Mirza Sadikovic died after severe Illlines

July 12, 2019 6:00 PM
Famous BH Journalist Mirza Sadikovic died after severe Illlines

After a short and severe illness, a 65-year-old journalist Mirza Sadikovic died in Bihac on Friday. He has been a journalist since 1984 when he worked on the “Oslobodjenje” newspapers, and from 1987 to 2015 he worked for Radio TV Sarajevo, Radio TV BiH, and for Federal TV and BHT1. […]

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Journalist from Indonesia became a Hit on Social Networks for his Name Tito Bosnia

June 30, 2019 7:00 AM
Journalist from Indonesia became a Hit on Social Networks for his Name Tito Bosnia

A journalist from Indonesia became a hit on social networks in Bosnia and Herzegovina because of his unusual name and surname – Tito Bosnia. Bosnia works on CNBC Indonesia. He has a long work experience and lives in Jabodetabek. It is also interesting that cameraman’s name was Adi. Many wonder […]

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Journalist Dzenana Zolota died after long Iliness

June 6, 2019 8:00 AM
Journalist Dzenana Zolota died after long Iliness

After a long illness, a journalist Dzenana Zolota died on Wednesday, the Association of Journalists of BiH stated. Zolota has been fighting with lung cancer since 2014. Numerous colleagues from the media were saying goodbye to Zolota who worked on Hayat TV and Federal Television in multiple editions in her […]

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Nedim recalls the last Conversation he had with his Father

April 11, 2019 6:00 PM
Nedim recalls the last Conversation he had with his Father

Back in 2016, in the identification center in Tuzla, body of Kjasif Smajlovic, a journalist of BH daily newspapers Oslobodjenje, who was murdered on the 9th of April 1992 was identified. He was murdered immediately after he managed to dictate a report on the beginning of the occupation of Zvornik. Smajlovic’s […]

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The first Journalist Victim of the War in BiH was Kjasif Smajlovic

April 10, 2019 12:00 PM
The first Journalist Victim of the War in BiH was Kjasif Smajlovic

The first journalist victim of the war in BiH was Kjasif Smajlovic, the correspondent of Oslobodjenje from Zvornik. On the 9th of April 1992, Serbian military and paramilitary forces entered Zvornik after days of shelling. Day before his death, Smajlovic reported: As I report, I can hear the gunfire, especially around […]

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The Draft Laws for regulating Media Ownership Transparency presented

December 25, 2018 8:00 AM
The Draft Laws for regulating Media Ownership Transparency presented

“Unlike the countries of the European Union, Bosnia and Herzegovina hasn’t had a comprehensive Advertising law and has in no way solved the issue of transparency of media ownership and media pluralism“, as concluded on the final conference of the project “Media and Public Credibility” on which the draft laws […]

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