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The closing of A2TV Station shows Press Freedom is still in decline in FYROM

The closing of A2TV Station shows Press Freedom is still in decline in FYROM

“This act is warning to all other TV stations that promote debate and freedom of speech as the pillar of democracy. It is a signal that they could face guillotine as well, if outside the frame, designed by the system,” writes Xhelal Neziri in Lajm regarding the recent scandalous closing of the A2TV Station in FYROM. The new blast to Press […]

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The Misuse of Anti-Semitism in the Arsons of Chania’s Jewish Synagogue

The Misuse of Anti-Semitism in the Arsons of Chania’s Jewish Synagogue

       One of the most attractive features of using ‘loaded labels’ such as the term “anti-semitism” is to create the emotional impact one wants, linking the opposition  to something that is held in disdain. As a rule the opposition is discredited before they have uttered a single word.        Irrespectively of the fact that many claims of anti-Semitism are proved on […]

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FYROM opens Embassy in Pristina next week

FYROM opens Embassy in Pristina next week

Source: EMportal, Tanjug Todor Nanev,  is mentioned as a future FYROM ambassador in Pristina. FYROM’s Foreign Minister Antonio Milososki and foreign minister of the interim government in Kosovo Skender Hiseni will open an embassy in Pristina next week, Albanian-language media report in Pristina on Thursday. At the same time, several agreements will be signed by the two ministers, Koha Ditore […]

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Bulgarian Protest in support of Spaska Mitrova to be staged at FYROM’s embassy in Bulgaria

Bulgarian Protest in support of Spaska Mitrova to be staged at FYROM’s embassy in Bulgaria

According to FYROM’s newspaper Vreme, a group of Bulgarian will  stage a protest in front of FYROM’s embassy in Bulgaria as a mark of support to Spaska Mitrova from Gevgelija whom “they believe to be unfairly sentenced on three-month imprisonment”. The citizens decided to organize the protest in Facebook since FYROM’s President Gjorge Ivanov refused to pardon Mitrova over humane reasons. Apart […]

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