Changing planes in Moscow, the serb journalist Stevan Dojčinović was held up by Russian officials: he ended up in the interim detainment center of the airport and now is forbidden to enter Russian terretory until 2020, without knowing which were the motivations for this decision.
A few greek journals and TV stations declared war to the Syriza government, disseminating hostile news and scandals. “These media are owned by companies with specific political interests”, explains the political analyst and member of Syriza’s general committee, Dimosthenis Papadatos, during the interview with Le Courrier des Balkans.
Tomislav Kežarovski, investigative journalist in Macedonia, in 2013 has been condemned to 4.5 years of prision. In this interview, he answers questions regarding his judgment, the process and the conditions in prison. Furthermore, he describes how the freedom of expression is impeded by politicians and affirms that “who writes or says the truth, risks his or her liberty”.