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Filip Stojanovski · September, 2011

In web development since 1995, blogging since 2003 in English and Macedonian, working at information society think tank Metamorphosis.

Check out the Sci-fi observer blog, also.

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Skype: filip_stojanovski
Twitter: @razvigor
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Latest posts by Filip Stojanovski from September, 2011

30 September 2011

Macedonia: Protests Against Police Brutality Continue

Several hundred persons continued the street protests against police brutality in Skopje on September 29. With only two exceptions, the Macedonian media largely obeyed the embargo on covering the protests.

15 September 2011

Macedonia: Celebrating Basketball Win Over Lithuania

The celebration of the Macedonian entry in the semifinals of the European basketball championship has spilled over from the country's streets, balconies and town squares into the blogosphere. Filip Stojanovski...

7 September 2011

Macedonia: No Jail Time for Participants in Inter-Ethnic Violence

Only a handful of participants in the February violent inter-ethnic incident on the Skopje Fortress (Kale), who had been identified and subjected to an investigation, received a suspended sentence for...

4 September 2011

Macedonia: Euphoria After Basketball Victory Over Greece

Filip Stojanovski reports on web reactions to the Macedonian national basketball team's victory over Greece at the EuroBasket 2011 in Lithuania.

2 September 2011

Macedonia: Authorities Keep Ignoring Protesters’ Demands

The legislative and executive branches of the Macedonian government continue to ignore the demands of protesters against police brutality, but those who have participated in the protests during the past...

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