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Slobodna Bosna is a regional Bosnian news portal that provides news and analysis to Bosnian and international communities and aims to be a reliable and neutral source of information. The website's content is published in three different languages: Bosnian, English, and Serbian. Slobodna Bosna is a member of the European Federation of Independent Journalists and has been covering the mass exodus of people from Bosnia to neighboring countries such as Serbia and Croatia since the beginning of the conflict.
Sitting on a couch in a hall next to the editorial offices, smoking, Asim MetiljeviÄ‡ – current editor-in-chief of Bosnia and Herzegovina's historical weekly, Slobodna Bosna – looks relaxed and confident about the future of his magazine. "There is nothing to be done, this is the future, and not just for us – for everyone", he explains to OBC. "Sure, we belong to a past that had been built in rotaries, with the smell of ink and an army of people who had to take care of everything, from the layout to the press, not to mention the distribution. Each generation brings changes – my daughters, for example, have never bought a daily paper. We need to adapt. Sooner or later, information will be done exclusively online – the process seems to be inevitable, especially in small countries, such as ours". [slôbodnaË bôsna]; English: Free Bosnia) was an investigative weekly news magazine based in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was established in August 1995 as a print edition and in 2000 an online edition started to exist. The print edition was abolished in December 2015 and Slobodna Bosna now operates only as an online magazine. (Source:
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In her interview with Slobodna Bosna, Zelen-Karadzic also claimed she had no idea where her husband was, " or whether he 's alive " (Source: glosbe.com)