Independent jury awards top prize to Radikal’s Fatih Yağmur for his exposé of gun and munitions running to Syria by national intelligence.
Journalist Sead Sadiković won the first prize of the "EU Award for Investigative Journalism" contest in Montenegro.
Stetements from the EU award winning journalists Sashka Cvetkovska, Ljubisha Arsik and Biljana Nikolovska.
Journalists Branka Mrkić Radević and Dalibor Tanić were awarded first prize in the EU Investigative Journalism Award 2014 for Bosnia and Herzegovina contest, for their story
The 2016 contests for EU awards for investigative journalism in Western Balkans and Turkey are now closed in all seven countries.
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