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Online media coverage of refugees in Europe

Daniel Dechev, director of surveillance for the Bulgarian border patrol demonstrates how an integrated system of sensors and cameras helps detect irregular border crossings, enabling police to apprehend people. Greece's completion of a new border fence al
Daniel Dechev, director of surveillance for the Bulgarian border patrol demonstrates how an integrated system of sensors and cameras helps detect irregular border crossings, enabling police to apprehend people. (Jodi Hilton/IRIN)

 

Using the GDELT media monitoring database, we show how news coverage of refugees emerged from the sidelines.

 

 

 

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