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Alana Meija Gonzalez, is a freelance fotographer and author of the documentary film “Transnistrian Youth”
video iconThe Nativity Church in Arbanasi
Recorded inside the Church of the Nativity in Arbanasi, Bulgaria, by Piergiorgio Pescali
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Armenia in autumn time: from Yerevan to the south of the country, in Goris, at the border with Iran, and then further on to Sevan lake and Alaverdi. A photo-reportage by Stefano Majno

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Only 92 kilometres separate Gaziantep and Aleppo – two cities close to each other in terms of geography and history, now divided by war. A report from the south of Turkey, on the border with Syria

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Thousands of refugees and asylum-seekers fleeing war and persecutions, are making a dangerous journey across the Balkans to enter the European Union. A Dossier

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Media lynchings, physical assaults, threats. This is what investigative journalists face in Vučić's Serbia. An interview with Branko Čečen, director of the Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia (CINS)

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