18 October 1996 Print > In October 1995, the private printing firm Concordia suddenly refused to continue printing the opposition daily Sme, whose journalists were actively investigating the kidnapping of President Michal Kovac’s son. The state-owned company Danubiaprint took over for just one day, and then Sme officials were forced to turn to a printer […]

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