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False Claim: Slovenian Government Did Not Increase Social Security Contributions for the Self-Employed

Original article (in Slovenian) was published on 27/3/2024; Author: Tina Geč In Slovenia, contributions paid by the self-employed rose by €45.17 in February compared to January, following the release of data by the Statistics Office that showed an increase in the average monthly salary in 2023 over 2022, subsequently affecting the contribution base. Patricija Gorenc, a […]

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Serbian Professor Faces Nationalist Backlash Over Misinterpreted Remarks

Original article (in Serbian) was published on 20/3/2024; Author: Stefan Kosanović Dinko Gruhonjić, a professor at the Faculty of Philosophy in Novi Sad, finds himself targeted once again by insults and threats. This backlash is a response to his outspoken and critical stance on nationalism in Serbia. A criminal complaint accusing him of hate speech has […]

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Milosevic Did Not Die Under Suspicious Circumstances

Original article (in Montenegrin) was published on 18/3/2024; Author: Darvin Murić Slobodan Milosevic, the former President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, did not live to see the verdict of the crimes against humanity and genocide charges against him, as he passed away while awaiting the outcome of the trial. On the anniversary of his death, […]