News April 13, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Call for justice for Slavko Curuvija on fifth anniversary of murder Respect judicial independence in cases of two leading journalists in Serbia and Montenegro, RSF says Europe – Central Asia Help by sharing this information June 4, 2021 Find out more to go further Europe – Central Asia Five years after the murder of Slavko Curuvija, who was accused of “treason” by the pro-government press during the NATO bombing, the police investigation into his death seems to have come to a halt. Reporters Without Borders reminds the authorities of their pledge to solve this case. “We’ll hold Ilham Aliyev personally responsible if anything happens to this blogger in France” RSF says Reporters Without Borders reiterated its call for justice for slain newspaper editor Slavko Curuvija today, five years after his April 1999 murder in Belgrade. Curuvija’s killers are still at large although reportedly identified by an eye-witness. The police say that do not have enough proof to indict the suspects.”We hope that your government’s declared commitment to identify and publish those reponsible for this murder was more than just an electoral promise,” Reporters Without Borders said in a letter to interior minister Dragan Jocic. “Slavko Curuvija’s family and his colleagues in Serbia and elsewhere in the world call for no effort to be spared until justice is done.”The fifth anniversary has been the occasion of several comments by officials about the case. Former deputy interior minister Nenad Milic said an eye-witness had identified the killers, but his successor, Miroslav Milosevic, said the police had no “valid evidence” against the suspects. Police inspector general Vladimir Bozovic said a special team was working on the case.On 9 December 2003, a few days before legislative elections, the office of the special prosecutor and the organised crime bureau said an eye-witness had formally identified two persons suspected of the murder but their identity could not be revealed. Since then, the police have given no further information about the outcome of this identification.Under the state of emergency declared on 12 March 2003 after the assassination of Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, deputy state prosecutor Milan Sarajlic was suspended and arrested along with other judicial officials thought to be linked with underworld figures. The interior ministry said Sarajlic confessed during his detention to working with the powerful Zemun gang and to actively obstructing the Curuvija murder probe. State prosecutor Sinisa Simic, who was in charge of the enquiry, was fired on 21 March 2003. Curuvija, who edited the newspapers Dnevni Telegraf and Evropljanin, was shot dead by two masked men on 11 April 1999 as he arrived in front of his Belgrade home with his wife. He had been constantly harassed for his articles criticising the regime of President Slobodan Milosevic. Djordje Martic, former editor of newspaper Ekspres Politika, said on 14 April 2001 that an article that appeared in his paper on 6 April 1999, a few days before the murder, accusing Curuvija of being a traitor and in favour of the NATO military offensive, was written on the orders of Milosevic’s wife, Mirjana Markovic. Organisation News RSF calls for a fully transparent investigation after mine kills two journalists in Azerbaijan Receive email alerts RSF_en June 7, 2021 Find out more June 8, 2021 Find out more News News Follow the news on Europe – Central Asia
WhatsApp Email Print Facebook Advertisement Previous articleNo room at the LAW innNext articleCharged with conspiring to commit crimes admin Twitter Linkedin NewsSole with green papaya salad – A taste of Asia….By admin – August 7, 2012 752 A STAPLE of Asian cooking, or at least Asian dishes, the green papaya is a fruit that is a rich source of nutrients and can be used either cooked or raw. In Southeast Asia, it is used predominantly in salads and curries when blended and accompanied by the wonderful herbs and spices of the region. In this dish, I have used the papaya in an accompanying salad to a steamed fish dish that also incorporates the same herbs, fruits and spices.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up WHAT YOU NEEDfor the fish1 fillet of a firm white fish per portion 9sole, hake or cod)4 tiger prawns per portioncoriander1 fresh red chilliJuice of a fresh limeSea salt flakesSmall knob of butterCracked black pepperDash of Thai fish saucefor the saladgreen papaya, peeled and thinly slicedgreen beans, blanched and refreshedpomegranate seedsthinly sliced radishfresh coriandersea saltlime juicedash of groundnut oil1/2 a red onion or shallot thinly sliced50ml of orange juicefor the steamed vegetablesgarlic leaf (available in ethnic stores)tenderstem broccoli, trimmed1 purple aubergine, sliced into chunksdash of olive oilSea salt flakesWHAT TO DOIt may look like a plethora of ingredients but in fact many of them will be store cupboard bar the acquisitions you will make at the Asian supermarkets like the papaya, purple aubergine and garlic leaf. Keep an eye on the Market for many of the fresh ingredients used also.You will be pleased to know that you should be able to turn this exciting dish around in about 20 minutes including preparation and cooking.Invest in a double layer bamboo steamer, a good knife and you will be well on your way to getting a taste of Asia in your kitchen.First, trim the fish and remove the skin if your very kind fish monger has not already obliged.Next, place the fish on some parchment paper and in the first layer of the bamboo steamer and add the prawns, the herbs and seasonings.In the second bamboo layer, add the trimmed vegetables including the broccoli, aubergine and seasonings.Put the fish bamboo layer over a pot of boil water, add the vegetable layer on top and cover with the lid. It should take 8 to 10 minutes to be cooked and meantime you can prepare the salad. Peel the green papaya and thinly slice the white flesh into long strips. Cooked and cool the green beans. Roughly tear the coriander and remove the pomegranate seeds from the fruit and thinly slice the radish and onion.Combine all ingredients for the salad in a bowl and mix thoroughly and allow to stand for a few minutes to allow the flavours develop. Serve with the salad and vegetables.
Don’t wait until it’s too late.by: Laurie J. Maddalena, MBA, CPCC, PHRHave you ever been blindsided when one of your best employees gives their two-week notice? You were sailing right along thinking everything was fine, and then your employee decides to leave. You can’t imagine how you will get along without her, and most of the other employees on your team don’t measure up.One of my clients told me recently that his best employee, who had worked for him a long time, decided to leave. He was completely surprised, and was struggling to imagine how he would fill the gap. When he asked her why she wanted to leave, she said she felt overworked and wanted a fresh start.Sometimes we take our best employees for granted because we can count on them to get things done with little guidance. We know they will step in when needed, and they often pick up the slack. In our minds we really appreciate our top employees, but we don’t always find the time to connect in a meaningful way and check the temperature of the relationship.Many leaders spend more time with struggling employees than they do with their best employees. Sure, a struggling employee may need more direction and guidance, but our best employee needs to feel appreciated and valued. continue reading » 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Facebook Twitter Google+ Even after a blowout loss to Northwestern, Scott Shafer still believes in Drew Allen.He believes in Terrel Hunt, too, so the quarterback situation, it seems, is one again without clarity as Syracuse prepares for Wagner.“I still believe in Drew Allen, and I believe in Terrel Hunt, as well,” the head coach said. “And I think both of them have to be ready to play.”Allen, who’s started each of the Orange’s first two games at quarterback, tossed four interceptions on Saturday after throwing two against Penn State in the season opener.It’s an obvious issue, and the one that Shafer highlighted as the biggest concern about Allen through two weeks.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“That’s the biggest area that Drew needs to improve upon,” Shafer said. “We challenged him to work on making the right throws and getting better with his completion percentage, which he did — he was 66 percent completion. But four plays giving the ball over isn’t good enough, so we have to keep working in that area.”Though he didn’t pin all the blame on his quarterback, Shafer reiterated that on half of them Allen was to blame.“Two of them were really poor on his part,” Shafer said.Allen did throw his first career touchdown on Saturday, but Hunt also scored his first. The backup came in for SU’s final drive and completed 2-of-4 passes for 22 yards to go with three carries for 30 yards and a touchdown.He wasn’t perfect, but Shafer was impressed.“Terrel did a nice job coming in there and he showed his ability to play fairly well with a good attitude and a good approach,” Shafer said. “He had a couple missed assignments in there, but turned them into positive plays.” Comments Published on September 10, 2013 at 12:56 pm Contact David: [email protected] | @DBWilson2