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European Gazette
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Front page of the first issue
TypeMonthly Newspaper
FormatOnline News
Owner(s)Seringe S.T. Touray
Ndey Penda Touray
Eda Yozgyur
Launched1 January 2019 (2019-01-01)

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The European Gazette is a monthly online newspaper headquartered in Spain's Costa del Sol region. The Gazette is responsible for coverage of world and local political news, economies, sports commentary, culture, and opinion articles from a wide range of journalists.


The online newspaper was founded in January 2018 by Founder and Editor In-Chief Seringe S.T. Touray, a freelance journalist for The Holland Times, before expanding its team shortly after. According to the European Gazette, the concept of the online news company “formed within the Marbella (Spain) apartment of its founders, developing into an international platform…”[1] The European Gazette survives on sponsorships, partnerships, and online marketing campaigns.[2]

The first issue notably included an interview between Mr Touray and Iván Arjona Pelado, the Director General of the European Office of the Church of Scientology for Public Affairs and Human Rights.[3]. The interview was immediately featured among top headlines in the official website of the European Office of the Church of Scientology.[4] Among the discussed topics, the two subjects of the interview delved into discussions about the public image of Scientology, and the philosophies of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard.[5]

The online newspaper hires freelance journalists in conjunction with an in-house writing staff.[6] The first issue of the newspaper was launched on January 1st, 2018, featuring twenty articles. According to its website, the Gazette organizes local events for professional networking opportunities. …”[1]

The European Gazette readership averages thousands of unique daily visitors, and a demographic between 16-40, in accordance with its official website which also credits the company for leaning towards a liberal perspective, yet encouraging the publication of world news deriving from journalists of different backgrounds and viewpoints…”[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 [1][dead link]
  2. "Advertise With Us". European Gazette.
  3. "Mr Ivan Arjona Pelado". EU Agenda.
  4. "European Affairs". European Affairs.
  5. "EuropeanGazette Interviews Ivan Arjona-Pelado on Scientology". European Affairs.
  6. "Our Contributors". European Gazette.

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