The media in Serbia and Montenegro are hindered by government control and interference. The independent press is under constant fire, and regime campaigns are designed to silence it by VERAN MATIC INDEPENDENT MEDIA FACE DIFFICULT conditions in the rump Yugoslavia today, with the government controlling many news organizations. In addition to the omnipresent state-run radio […]

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