20 June 2001 BELGRADE. Serbian police accepted a proposal to open a special phone line for journalists who may feel threatened while doing their jobs. The proposal came from a Working Group which included Federal Information Secretary Slobodan Orlic, Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Zarko Korac, a police representative and several journalists of the Independent Association […]

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