• Senior Editor of Serbian CINS Receives Threats

    A lawyer from the Independent Journalists Association of Serbia (NUNS) filed a criminal complaint with the Special Prosecutor’s Office for High-Tech Crime against a person who sent threats to the Editor-in-Chief of the Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS).

  • Serbia’s CINS Considers Lawsuit Against Bosnian Serb Leader

    The Serbian Center for Investigative Journalism, CINS, will be considering its legal options regarding accusations made by the President of the Serb-controlled half of Bosnia who accused the organization and its editor-in-chief of “destroying regional political structures with money from international organizations.”

  • Serbia: OCCRP Partner Complains of Intimidation

    OCCRP partner the Serbian Center for Investigative Journalism (CINS) raised the alarm Wednesday on apparent attempts to intimidate its journalists.

  • Serbia: OCCRP Partner CINS Examines China Coal Plant Deal

    OCCRP Partner CINS (Center for Investigative Reporting Serbia) has released a two-part series of articles showing how a Chinese financed and built coal plant is endangering both the country’s environment and its fiscal health.

  • Bread and Circuses: How Connected is Serbia's Most Watched TV Channel?


    Two contracts, published by the Serbian Center for Investigative Journalism (CINS) on Monday, illustrate how generous a Serbian government agency has been in providing financial aid to a local private TV channel mostly known for running reality shows, telenovelas and “American Idol”-type singing competitions. The highly popular, privately owned TV Pink, watched daily by millions of people in the Balkans, has also been a platform for government-friendly propaganda.

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