The Croatian President and HRT humiliated journalists and made fun of Croatian citizens

Croatian Journalists' Association (CJA) finds behavior of the Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović regarding her visit to the USA to be unacceptable for journalists and all Croatian citizens.


Due to threats to Nova TV journalist Tito Grubić sentenced to 10 months in prison

Tito Gubić has been sentenced to 10 months in prison (sentence not final) because of threatening the 'Provjereno' reporter Ema Branica.


Happy Holiday Season and best Wishes for a wonderful New Year

Croatian Journalists' Association wishes you Happy Holiday Season and a wonderful New Year.


Regional Network strongly condemns attack against Croatian journalist Domagoj Margetić

Regional Network for Advocating Media Freedom and Journalists’ Safety strongly condemns attack against Croatian journalist Domagoj Margetić and urges the authorities to identify and penalize perpetrator as soon as possible.


Croatia: Journalist Domagoj Margetić beaten in the center of Zagreb

The European Federation of Journalists is backing its affiliate, the Croatian Journalists’ Association, to denounce the attack against the journalist Domagoj Margetić, in the center of Zagreb (Croatia), on 13 December.


Journalist Domagoj Margetić beaten again in the center of Zagreb

Domagoj Margetić, journalist, has been attacked again, first verbally and then physically, by unidentified male. The attack occurred in the very center of Zagreb at Kvaternik Square in early afternoon. Margetić has been threatened and attacked before, but nobody has been found responsible yet.


Regional conference „Media Freedom and Security of Journalists in Western Balkans“: Violence against journalists is increasing

Number of attacks against journalists has increased in last few years. What causes even more worries is the fact that physical attacks and violence against journalists has increased too. That was pointed out at the opening of two-day conference „Media Freedom and Security of Journalists in Western Balkans“.


Session of the Parliament Media Committee: Attacks against journalists encouraged instead of been condemned

Parliament Media Committee had its session on Friday dedicated to threats and attacks against journalists. Committee members reached the conclusion that it was necessary to provide political and legal support to stop violence against journalists, but some of them expressed their opinion that journalists themselves were partly responsible for those attacks.


The Economist: Media freedom is dwindling in the Balkans

Too many ex-Yugoslav broadcasters are either threatened or threatening. Two decades ago, when the West began a strenuous effort to refashion war-ravaged Bosnia, improving the state of the local media in the Balkans—which had often stirred up hatred—was top of the list. But twenty years on, results are disappointing.


CJA president attacked – unknown perpetrator tempered with Leković's car

At the Bregana-Lipovac Highway Saša Leković's car started showing signs of being broken. After being checked out by professional mechanic it was found that two screws at front right wheel were sawed. That kind of damage might cause fatal accident for the driver and other car passengers.


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