SEEMOSouth East Europe Media Organisation
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Collaborative magic: Botswana's Peter Mabeo (left) and South African Porky Hefer created the Seemo chair together
The South East Europe Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), today condemned the latest physical attack on a journalist in Montenegro.
Due to the success of the already-existing websites, SEEMO will create press freedom websites dedicated to Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Greece, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia and Ukraine.
Gloom dominated the meeting in ystanbul yesterday, organized by SEEMO and the Platform for Independent Journalism (P24), as the journalists wrestled with the increasingly alarming picture of the Turkish media.
SEEMO also expressed alarm about another incident on 1 December in which Fatmir Seholi, a Pristina-based correspondent for Serbian news agency Tanjug, said that unknown individuals torched his car in front of a local restaurant in Gracanica.
The Central European Initiative (CEI) and the South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), in special partnership with the German political foundation Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) announced the winners in the two categories aProfessional Journalistsa and aYoung Professional Journalistsa.
The founder and coach of Francistown-based Debswana First Division North team, Eleven Angels, Seemo 'Sixteen' Mpatane says his team is heading in the right direction despite competing in the higher league for the first time.
The Vienna-based IPI and its affiliate, the South East Europe Media Organization (SEEMO), also released a statement noting that Geerdink, a freelancer for several Dutch and international publications and regular contributor to independent Turkish news website Diken, could face up to five years in prison if convicted.
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) has expressed concern about a reported attack on a vehicle owned by Genka Shikerova, co-host of a popular morning show in Bulgaria.
Summary: The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), is concerned about the physical attack on Gezim Bimbashi
The Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), considers the proposed fines excessive and hopes that the court will revise its decision.
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