21 May 2002 NIN NIN–Nedeljne informativne novine (Weekly Informative Newspaper)–was founded in Belgrade in January 1935. The weekly was banned after only 26 issues, in September 1935, and was re-established in January 1951. As an independent political magazine, NIN regularly confronted Slobodan Milosevic’s regime and was heavily fined under the restrictive Yugoslav information legislation. NIN […]

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