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April 11, 1999 | DAVID HOLLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Independent radio stations and civilian authorities, fighting a risky battle to preserve democratic freedoms in Montenegro, on Saturday rejected army demands that local rebroadcasting of foreign news programs be halted. "We are not going to change a thing," declared Tanja Knezevic, editor in chief of Montena Radio, one of the broadcast outlets targeted in the attempted Yugoslav army crackdown. "The intention of the army is to provoke the government. They're doing it through us."
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April 11, 1999 | DAVID HOLLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Independent radio stations and civilian authorities, fighting a risky battle to preserve democratic freedoms in Montenegro, on Saturday rejected army demands that local rebroadcasting of foreign news programs be halted. "We are not going to change a thing," declared Tanja Knezevic, editor in chief of Montena Radio, one of the broadcast outlets targeted in the attempted Yugoslav army crackdown. "The intention of the army is to provoke the government. They're doing it through us."
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