There's growing concern that Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic is becoming increasingly authoritarian, silencing his critics and controlling the media. Nemanja Rujevic reports from Belgrade.
Violence, misogyny and vulgar insults are common on reality TV — and it harms viewers, say experts. One man in Serbia is campaigning to change the law and prevent an adverse societal impact.
President Aleksandar Vucic said the rally was the biggest the country had seen in decades. It follows months of protests against the ultranationalist-turned-liberal.
Serbia's government controls key news sources and real journalism is unwanted, award-winning reporter Andjela Milivojevic told DW. Independent journalists are often publicly slammed as "traitors."
Opponents of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic rallied in Belgrade to demand his ouster. The protests, triggered by a brutal assault on an opposition leader, have been escalating for months.
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