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Turning back the tide: the refugee crisis tests Greek media freedom

alt informationDutch journalist forced back to the Netherlands after asking tough questions of the prime minister of Greece over migrant push-back

Obituary: Peter R de Vries ‘a tireless and courageous fighter for justice’

alt informationThe veteran Dutch crime reporter has died from injuries sustained in a shooting last week

Attempted murder of Dutch crime reporter Peter R de Vries “a slippery slope of violence”

alt informationThe crime reporter was shot earlier this week and is the latest incident in increasing attacks on the media in the Netherlands

Syrian photographer documents destruction by walking tightrope

alt informationHis absolute independence is what saved him in all the years that he stayed in Raqqa, even during the years that Isis was in charge

Frederike Geerdink: Muslims systematically framed negatively in Dutch newspapers

alt informationHistorian Tayfun Balcik has been building a database showing how often the word terrorism is used in combination with Muslim, and how Muslim women are represented in four Dutch newspapers.

Maltese journalist Caroline Muscat continues in the spirit of her murdered colleague Daphne Caruana Galizia

alt informationOn 16 October 2017 Malta’s most important investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was murdered in Malta. Three men will stand trial for carrying out the crime but the masterminds remain untouched, rendering Malta an unsafe place for independent journalists. Journalist Caroline Muscat refuses to get distracted by that.