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Turkey: detention Warrant for 42 Journalists
26/7/2016 - Custody order has been issued for 42 journalists including journalist Nazlı Ilıcak within the investigation into Gül...
Chaos in Turkey: OSCE concerned for media freedom
18/7/2016 - OSCE media freedom representative Dunja Mijatović said she was deeply saddened upon learning of the death of photojo...


OBC is one of the founding members of the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) in Leipzig

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gallery iconMoldova: the Saharna Monastery's mysteries
Every Thursday, hundreds of people leave the Moldovan capital Chişinau heading for the Monastery, where mass exorcism rites take place. Photos by David Julià
video iconPictures from Idomeni
Thousands of migrants and refugees are stranded in Idomeni, at the border between Greece and Macedonia. Bledar Hasko visited the camp at the beginning of March
gallery iconAbkhazia: Sukhumi, Victory Day
Victory Day (9 May) is still celebrated in most of the countries belonging to the former Soviet Union, commemorating the capitulation of Nazi Germany to the USSR at the end of Second Worl...

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The results of the referendum held in the UK will have significant consequences for the process of European integration of the South-Eastern European countries


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


A review of some conflictual issues dividing Member States dealing with the refugee crisis. Interview with Irene Wieczorek, researcher at the Institute for European Studies

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