Author of investigative report on neo-Nazis summoned by prosecutors on grounds of promoting neo-Nazism.
Hit with one of the biggest fines ever imposed on a news outlet, New Times was on the verge of closure.
As Poland prepares for another divisive and violent Independence Day holiday on 11 November, we look at the polarizing TV coverage of last year’s event. From openDemocracy.
Critics say law will do nothing to stem oligarch Peevski’s effective control over the newspaper business.
Foes of freedom of the press surely welcome the new measures being proposed and discussed on the very highest levels of the EU.
The spotlight cast by the brutal murder of a journalist reveals a troubled media landscape with the least freedom in the EU.
New IPI report examines newsroom measures for protecting journalists from digital harassment.
Police and colleagues say it is not clear that Viktoria Marinova’s killing was linked to her work.
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