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Marin Mema

Reporter

Albanian Top Channel TV

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Background Information

Employment History

Reporter for Top Chanel Television

Albania


Web References(8 Total References)


SEEMO - Press freedom 2012 - SEEMO calls on Bulgarian police to investigate threatening messages targeting journalist

www.seemo.org [cached]

On 19 August 2012, Marin Mema, a reporter with Albanian Top Chanel TV was heading to Greece on a private visit when Greek border police denied him entry to the country, recalling a report of his on Greece a year earlier, Mema explained to SEEMO.
He was handed a piece of paper on which he was allegedly described as a threat to national security and therefore persona non grata, he said. In an interview with the regional website Balkan Insight, Mema linked the ban to a TV report he did on the Cham population of ethnic Albanians who were expelled from northern Greece during World War Two.


SEEMO - South East Europe Media Organisation

www.seemo.org [cached]

On 19 August 2012, Marin Mema, a reporter with Albanian Top Chanel TV was heading to Greece on a private visit when Greek border police denied him entry to the country, recalling a report of his on Greece a year earlier, Mema explained to SEEMO.
He was handed a piece of paper on which he was allegedly described as a threat to national security and therefore persona non grata, he said... read more


Albanian Media Institute - Instituti Shqiptar i Medias

www.institutemedia.org [cached]

On 19 August 2012, Marin Mema, a reporter with Albanian Top Channel TV was heading to Greece on a private visit when Greek border police denied him entry to the country, recalling a report of his on Greece a year earlier, according to Mema.
He was handed a piece of paper on which he was allegedly described as a threat to national security and therefore persona non grata, he said. In an interview with the regional website Balkan Insight, Mema linked the ban to a TV report he did on the Cham population of ethnic Albanians who were expelled from northern Greece during World War Two.


SEEMO - Press freedom

www.seemo.org [cached]

On 19 August 2012, Marin Mema, a reporter with Albanian Top Chanel TV was heading to Greece on a private visit when Greek border police denied him entry to the country, recalling a report of his on Greece a year earlier, Mema explained to SEEMO.
He was handed a piece of paper on which he was allegedly described as a threat to national security and therefore persona non grata, he said... read more


Albanian Media Institute - Instituti Shqiptar i Medias

www.institutemedia.org [cached]

On 19 August 2012, Marin Mema, a reporter with Albanian Top Channel TV was heading to Greece on a private visit when Greek border police denied him entry to the country, recalling a report of his on Greece a year earlier, according to Mema.
He was handed a piece of paper on which he was allegedly described as a threat to national security and therefore persona non grata, he said. In an interview with the regional website Balkan Insight, Mema linked the ban to a TV report he did on the Cham population of ethnic Albanians who were expelled from northern Greece during World War Two.


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