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journalists and media workers were killed during and after the violent breakup of Yugoslavia. Only one person has ever been convicted under a final verdict of responsibility for any of these killings.

Milan

Pantic

Date of death:

June 11, 2001

Media outlet:

Vecernje novosti

Status of the investigation:

Ongoing
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Slavko

Curuvija

Date of death:

April 11, 1999

Media outlet:

Dnevni Telegraf

Status of the investigation:

First-instance verdict handed down
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Nogin &

Kurinnoy

Date of death:

September 1, 1991

Media outlet:

All-Russia State TV and Radio Broadcasting Company

Status of the investigation:

Ongoing
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Kjasif

Smajlovic

Date of death:

April 9, 1992

Media outlet:

Oslobodjenje

Status of the investigation:

Undisclosed
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Enver

Maloku

Date of death:

January 11, 1999

Media outlet:

Kosovo Information Centre

Status of the investigation:

Ongoing
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Afrim

Maliqi

Date of death:

December 2, 1998

Media outlet:

Bujku

Status of the investigation:

Unknown
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Shefki

Popova

Date of death:

September 10, 2000

Media outlet:

Rilindja

Status of the investigation:

Ongoing
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Sinisa

Medic

Date of death:

April 23, 1999

Media outlet:

RTS and Studio B

Status of the investigation:

Open
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Pavo

Urban

Date of death:

December 6, 1991

Media outlet:

Dubrovacki Vjesnik

Status of the investigation:

Unknown
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All journalists killed
in the Balkans since the 1990s

Each journalist is listed by name and
the country in which they died.
If you know of someone who you believe should be on
this list, contact us at [email protected]