1. Another nice example that your country is not fit for Europe. The appropriate EU people will be informed about this.
    (observer, 25 February 2016 01:25

    Are you a retard? Go download the report for yourself and post it on this site if you like. I am sure B-92 would not have a problem.
    (Jugoslavija, 25 February 2016 17:29)

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  2. Amnesty International is about as unbiased as the current crop of US Republican President Candidates who received "donations" by large corporations.
    (Jugoslavija, 24 February 2016 20:56)

    Yes, I agree with you that it would be hard to find someone who is not unbiased. But at least AI is less unbiased that anybody writing in these forums :)
    (icj1, 25 February 2016 14:51)

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  3. Roma, we can understand but Serbs?
    (hello?, 25 February 2016 13:09)

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  4. @observer

    Please find the full AI report dedicated to Serbia in this article: [link]


    Regards,
    (B92, 24 February 2016 16:32

    looking at your response again, I realized that you included a link which leads to a section you called 'Opinion and Analyis' and make it look as if you published the full Amnesty International report pertaining to Serbia in that Section. Funny, but that Section does not even exist anywhere on your website, and the report is only available to readers if you follow the link you included in your response. Just another example of bad, bad journalism, and dirty tricks which are so, so common in Serbia. You want to be a reputible news outlet, but use dirty tricks to mislead people. Another nice example that your country is not fit for Europe. The appropriate EU people will be informed about this.
    (observer, 25 February 2016 01:25)

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  5. Thanks for publishing the full report. Amnesty International is an unbiast organisation which criticizes all countries if they find any kind of violation of human rights.
    (observer, 24 February 2016 17:41)

    Amnesty International is about as unbiased as the current crop of US Republican President Candidates who received "donations" by large corporations.
    (Jugoslavija, 24 February 2016 20:56)

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  6. @observer

    Please find the full AI report dedicated to Serbia in this article: [link]


    Regards,
    (B92, 24 February 2016 16:32
    @observer

    Thanks for publishing the full report. Amnesty International is an unbiast organisation which criticizes all countries if they find any kind of violation of human rights. Their criticism should be taken seriously in all counties, and should be made available in full to anybody living in effected countries. Thanks again, your reaction to my earlier comment was very professional
    (observer, 24 February 2016 17:41)

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  7. @observer

    Please find the full AI report dedicated to Serbia in this article: [link]


    Regards,
    (B92, 24 February 2016 16:32)

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  8. as usual lately, B92 only reports half the truth, and leaves out any criticism of Serbia. In their anual report Amnesty International had some severe critism of the situation in Serbia as well.

    The report criticized Serbia for the continued slow pace of war crime prosecutions, noting that “few proceedings were concluded at the Special War Crimes Court”.

    “The Office of the War Crimes Prosecutor issued only three indictments. Another 23 cases – involving over 200 suspects – remained under investigation,” the report said.

    Serbia was also criticised for the fact that the suspected murderers of the Bytyqi brothers, three Albanian-American killed in Serbia in 1999, were still at large “despite promises made to their relatives by the War Crimes Prosecutor and the Prime Minister”.

    The Amnesty report further highlighted Serbia’s failure to recognise the right to compensation for victims of enforced disappearances and wartime sexual violence in proposed legislation. An amendment to the bill, which has not yet become law, was not made public.

    Roma people are not given adequate housing and employment opportunities and suffer from social exclusion.

    Threats and attacks on journalists and independent media continued throughout 2015 in serbia, while the government interference in media freedom was also noted. These attacks and the threats were not effectively investigated, with only few perpetrators brought to justice, Amnesty International reported..
    (observer, 24 February 2016 16:28)

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  9. No surprise from the most institutionally racist country in the region.
    (Balkan Anthropologist, 24 February 2016 16:23)

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  10. Forget about being half Croatian and half Serbian.
    Soon it will be half Croatian half Syrian.
    Croatia as an EU nation must accept these refugees.
    No discrimination at all.
    REFUGEES!!!!! Zagreb and Split want you so please stay.
    Under the EU laws they signed they do not discriminate any more. Well only if your not Serbian.
    (Smart Serb, 24 February 2016 11:32)

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