by Maria Koinova THE BULGARIAN MEDIA WERE STRONGLY polarized in their coverage of the dramatic events of 10 and 11 January in Sofia, when clashes between demonstrators and police left several hundred people injured. The state-controlled Bulgarian National Radio and Television, though not ignoring the events in general, issued information sporadically, and – according to […]

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