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· February, 2018

Stories about Breaking News from February, 2018

Censorship in Serbia Hits a New Low After Newspaper ‘Edits’ an Obituary

A Serbian newspaper censored part of an obituary of a graphic artist, which noted that one of his last works was a book about censorship.

‘They Fear Pens, Not Guns': Turkish Journalists Sentenced to Life in Prison

With 155 journalists serving jail time because of their work, such sentences are becoming routine for Turkey's embattled independent media community.

FBI Investigation Helps Uncover Latest Bribery Scandal In Greece

"I live in a country where an ex-Minister of Health of remarkable nerve threatens protected witnesses in a live TV broadcast".

A Judicial Coup? Maldives Court Orders Retrial and Immediate Release of Jailed Opposition Leaders

The Supreme Court of the Maldives ordered the immediate release of high-profile opposition leaders and ordered their retrials. This government has postponed the opening of this year's parliament session indefinitely.

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