"Four former members of the Serbian intelligence service has been sentenced to long prison terms for the murder of the journalist Slavko Curuvija."
"Curuvija was shot to death outside his home in Belgrade in april 1999. He was editor and owner of the Dnevni Telegraf and Evropljanin, two of the country's leading independent newspapers"
"Right found the four men guilty of murdering Curuvilja on the orders of an unknown person. At the penalty was Radomir Markovic, former head of the local intelligence service in Belgrade, was sentenced to 30 years in prison. He is already imprisoned for the murder of a leader of the opposition."
"Curuvija was openly critical of the Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic and his family has blamed the now deceased leader of having ordered the murder."