15 January 2004 Early this month, the Paris-based media watchdog Reporters without Frontiers published its annual report on freedom of the press in 2003. With 42 journalists killed, this was a particularly “black year” for freedom of expression in the world, said the association’s general secretary, Robert Menard. The report singled out Romania and Serbia […]

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