Winners of the Awards 2014

The award ceremony of the European Press Prize 2014 was held in London at the Reuters Headquarters. 

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Commentator
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The
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Vukovar: a Life-Size Monument to the Dead City

— by Boris Dežulović, published by Globus, Croatia

The
Commentator
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Ombudsman columns

— by Yavuz Baydar, published by X. Aimed for publication but censored June 24 and July 22, 2013, Turkey

Why we should give free money to everyone

— by Rutger Bregman, published by De Correspondent, The Netherlands

Love or Nothing

— by Maria Louka, published by Vimagazino at Vima Newspaper, Greece

A Cogent Analysis of European Economics and Finance

— by Simon Nixon, published by The Wall Street Journal, United Kingdom

Der Deutsche Irrweg

— by Harald Schumann, published by Tagesspiegel, Germany

The
Distinguished
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The
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Vietnam Town

— by Sergey Khazov, published by The New Times magazine, Russian Federation

The Man in Orange

— by Sergey Khazov, published by The New Times magazine, Russian Federation

Forbidden Islam

— by Sergey Khazov, published by The New Times magazine, Russian Federation

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Distinguished
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‘Inside the drone war’ and ‘Aleppo Justice’

— by Wolfgang Bauer, published by Die Zeit, Germany

The art of Stealing – The tragic fate of the masterpieces stolen from Rotterdam

— by Lex Boon, published by NRC, The Netherlands

Greece’s banking disaster

— by Stephen Grey, published by Reuters, United Kingdom

different articles on LGBT teenagers and religious and ethnical minorities in Russia

— by Sergey Khazov, published by The New Times, Russian Federation

Mafias from a female perspective

— by Elena Ledda, published by El Pais, Spain

Help to die

— by Line Vaaben and Nanna Schelde, published by Kristeligt Dagblad, Denmark

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Innovation
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The
Innovation
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Null CTRL

— by Espen Sandli, Linn Kongsli Hillestad and Ola Strømman, published by Dagbladet, Norway

The
Innovation
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Italy, a weak territory / The hydrogeological instability in data

— by Paolo Bernocco, published by La Stampa, Italy

Borderlands

— by Joe Parkinson, Neal Mann, Nour Malas, Ayla Albayrak, published by The Wall Street Journal, Turkey

Exploring the Margins of Cultural Journalism

— by Upsala Nya Tidning, published by Upsala Nya Tidning, Sweden

theblacksea.eu & thesponge.eu

— by Interdata and Forum from European members of International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and Investigative Smartgrid from Romanian Centre for Investigative Journalism (CRJI.org), published by ICIJ, CRJI,

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Investigative
Reporting
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The
Investigative
Reporting
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The Assets of the Ayatollah

— by Steve Stecklow, Babak Dehghanpisheh and Yeganeh Torbati, published by Reuters, United Kingdom

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Investigative
Reporting
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A Murderer’s Trail

— by Paul Radu, Mihai Munteanu, Luke Harding, Ion Preașcă, Iurie Sănduță and Cristi Ciupercă, published by The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, Romania

Codename Apalachee

— by Marcel Rosenbach, Laura Poitras and Holger Stark, published by Der Spiegel, Germany

The Snowden files: How GCHQ and the NSA conducted mass surveillance in Europe

— by Nick Hopkins, published by The Guardian, United Kingdom

Gefährliche Geschäfte

— by Simon Book and Massimo Bognanni, published by Handelsblatt, Germany

Series on items such as corruption, football hooliganism and the unsettled legacy of war and communism

— by Neil Arun, published by Balkan Insight, Serbia

The secret wars

— by The investigative-research-department of Süddeutsche Zeitung in cooperation with Norddeutscher Rundfunk, published by Süddeutsche Zeitung, Germany

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Special
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The
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The Special Award 2014

— by Alan Rusbridger and Yavuz Baydar, published by The Guardian and censored, United Kingdom and Turkey