2 October 2000 Over 300 journalists are facing libel suits in Romania, most of them for investigating corruption. With many newspapers controlled by shady tycoons interested in tripping up their rivals, journalists get plenty of practice following corruption stories. But who journalists can investigate is strictly limited: Reporters will often find themselves in hot water […]

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