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Mayhem breaks out in Russia and E Europe

by Edward Steen, Vienna April 19, 2021 The European Council of Ministers meeting in Brussels today faces a series of confrontations, over Russian opposition leader and...

LEGENDARY JOURNALIST HUGO PORTISCH DIES AT 94

The Austrian journalist Hugo Portisch was perhaps the greatest editor, TV commentator, and historian of modern Central Europe, and largely shaped Austria’s modern sense...

Press freedom groups tell EU leaders not to sacrifice press freedom for close economic ties

The AEJ has joined the International Press Institute (IPI) and other concerned organisations in telling the heads of the European Commission and European Council...

NAVALNY LAUNCHES HUNGER STRIKE

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny yesterday launched a hunger-strike against his conditions in a notorious Russian penal colony. The journalist-politician demands proper medical treatment...

Special Eurobarometer

The Special Eurobarometer 507 gives plenty of food – too much - for thought for all Europeans. Some of the darker clouds looming over the...

Exposing the Navalny Poisoning: Black Market Data, Open Sources, and Attempted Murder

- Webinar on Thursday, March 25 organised by investigators who inter alia connected Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny to his would-be murderers, Global Investigative Journalism Network. 14.00 CET. In English and...

AEJ backs saving world’s oldest newspaper – the Wiener Zeitung

by Edward Steen The oldest daily newspaper in the world still publishing, the Wiener Zeitung, is in danger of being closed down. Austria’s AEJ Section is leading...

AEJ statement condemns Hungarian Media Council’s “political” ruling to take Klubradio off air

AEJ statement: Hungarian Media Council’s “political” ruling on Klubradio must be reversed The Association of European Journalists and the Board of AEJ Hungary have jointly...

WAVING NOT DROWNING

by Saia Tsaousidou, AEJ President The future of Europe is an intensive industry these days. It creates usually harmless and absorbing jobs. But I have...

Waving not drowning

by Saia Tsaousidou, AEJ President The future of Europe is an intensive industry these days. It creates usually harmless and absorbing jobs. But I have...

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