Two main versions are promoted in the media. According to the first one, the blast was initiated by the team of the newspaper because of its strong political bonds with Petrov and RZS.
The rights to enter have the media, scientific institutions, journalists’ organizations, non-governmental organizations, professional journalists and the students of journalism from all around the world.
The language used in Bulgarian media when speaking of their neighboring country Macedonia (FYROM) does not contain any words of hatred.
This round of CL!CK focuses on water and climate change. Submit your own photo(s) related to 1) water, 2) climate change or 3) both themes, and grab a chance to win a reporting trip to Portugal this spring.
Reporters Without Borders says that it is worried by proposals put forward by members of the ruling party Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) to reform the law relating to defamation.
"Reporters Without Borders has repeatedly expressed its concern about the deteriorating press freedom situation in the European Union and the 2010 index confirms this trend. Thirteen of the EU’s 27 members are in the top 20 but some of the other 14 are very low in the ranking''.
The latest Media Freedom Reports form all member countries of AEJ has been released. This is the first time that reportage from Bulgaria has been included.
Online competition for journalists, students and bloggers on topics related to water has been announced. TH!NK5 Water is an initiative of the European Journalism Centre and is inspired by World Water Day - March 22.
AEJ-Bulgaria sent a letter of solidarity with journalists in Hungary to one of the biggest Hungarian daily newspapers Népszabadság.