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Serbian broadcaster N1TV and newspaper Danas receive death threats

Berlin, April 25, 2022 – Serbian authorities should conduct swift and thorough investigations into death threats made to employees of the broadcaster N1TV and newspaper Danas, and hold those responsible to account, the Committee to Protect Journalists said Monday. On April 18, the independent broadcaster N1TV received an anonymous email threatening that the outlet’s employees…

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Bosnia and Herzegovina journalist Nikola Vučić receives death threats

On May 26, 2020, multiple anonymous and pseudonymous Facebook and Twitter users sent threatening messages to Nikola Vučić, a reporter and presenter for the privately owned N1 TV station, according to the journalist, who communicated with CPJ via email, and a report by SafeJournalists.net, a regional press freedom group. One anonymous Twitter user sent Vučić…

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Croatian President Zoran Milanovic is seen in front of a cathedral in Zagreb on March 22, 2020. Two journalists were recently attacked while covering a Mass held against the COVID-19 lockdown in Croatia. (Reuters/Antonio Bronic)

Croatian reporters attacked while documenting Easter Mass amid COVID-19 lockdown

On April 12, 2020, in the coastal Croatian city of Split, several unidentified men attacked Živana Šušak Živković, a reporter working for local news website Dalmatinskiportal, and Ivana Sivro, a camera operator for local broadcaster N1 TV, while they were documenting an Easter Mass held despite a ban on public gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic,…

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A Serbian flag in front of Saint Sava Church in Belgrade. Police are investigating after a threatening letter was sent to a Serbian TV station. (AFP/Andrej Isakovic)

Serbia’s N1TV receives letter threatening to kill staff, blow up office

Berlin, February 6, 2019–Serbian authorities should thoroughly investigate a death threat made against staff at the privately owned N1TV, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. The station received a letter on February 4 from someone threatening to kill its journalists and their families, and to blow up its office, N1TV reported.

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