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Journalists Missing

CPJ research indicates that the following journalists have disappeared while doing their work. Although some of them are feared dead, no bodies have been found, and they are therefore not classified as "Killed." If a journalist disappeared after being held in government custody, CPJ classifies him or her as "Imprisoned" as a way to hold the government accountable for the journalist's fate.

Dangerous Assignments   |   France, Iraq, Pakistan, Serbia

The Fixers

On the front lines of international journalism, local fixers face growing dangers, and their western employers face tougher questions. By Elisabeth Witchel

October 13, 2004 10:17 AM ET

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Dangerous Assignments   |   Bosnia, Georgia, Kosovo, Serbia, Yugoslavia

Progress Denied

Even with Milosevic in jail, Serbia and Bosnia remain dangerous for the independent press.
June 1, 2002 8:17 PM ET

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Dangerous Assignments   |   Russia, Serbia, Yugoslavia

Yugoslavia: Growing Unrest in the State Media

October 5, 2000 --- Since this briefing was filed two days ago, Slobodan Milosevic has almost entirely lost control of state media, a main pillar of his power. Today, the state news agency Tanjug declared its independence from Milosevic and referred to opposition leader Vojislav Kostunica as the president-elect of Yugoslavia. Employees of the state television network RTS had already begun to resist broadcasting government propaganda before today, when protesters set fire to RTS headquarters in Belgrade, knocking the station of the air. Milosevic's whereabouts are currently unknown.---Ed.

October 5, 2000 8:17 PM ET

Dangerous Assignments   |   Russia, Serbia, Yugoslavia

Yugoslavia: Growing Unrest in the State Media

October 5, 2000 --- Since this briefing was filed two days ago, Slobodan Milosevic has almost entirely lost control of state media, a main pillar of his power. Today, the state news agency Tanjug declared its independence from Milosevic and referred to opposition leader Vojislav Kostunica as the president-elect of Yugoslavia. Employees of the state television network RTS had already begun to resist broadcasting government propaganda before today, when protesters set fire to RTS headquarters in Belgrade, knocking the station of the air. Milosevic's whereabouts are currently unknown.---Ed.
October 5, 2000 8:17 PM ET

Dangerous Assignments   |   Kosovo, Serbia, Yugoslavia

Chokehold on Serbia

CPJ documents Milesovic's attempts to throttle the independent media. Including breaking news, bulletins, and background.

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Text of Serbian Information Law
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August 29, 2000 8:17 PM ET

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