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Writers Pondering European Conscience

Bled, 27 March - More than 60 authors that have converged on the lakeside resort of Bled for the 40th annual International PEN meeting mulled the question of European conscience at two panels on Thursday, while they also attended a reception hosted by President Danilo Tuerk.

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Participants in the 40th International PEN meeting of writers at a reception hosted by President Danilo Tuerk (right).
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

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Francesca Chessa of the Sardinian PEN centre addressing the panel at the 40th international meeting of writers.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

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Paul Scott of the Scottish PEN centre (left) and author Marjan Strojan of the Slovenian PEN centre at the 40th international meeting of writers.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

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Participants in the 40th International PEN meeting of writers at a reception hosted by President Danilo Tuerk (left).
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

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Participants in the 40th International PEN meeting of writers at a reception hosted by President Danilo Tuerk (centre).
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

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Participants in the 40th International PEN meeting of writers at a reception hosted by President Danilo Tuerk.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

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Participants in the 40th International PEN meeting of writers at a reception hosted by President Danilo Tuerk (right).
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

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Boris A. Novak, a member of the Slovenian PEN centre and vice-president of International PEN, addressing a panel at the start of the 40th international meeting of writers.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

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Czech poet Jirzi Dedecek at a panel pondering European conscience as part of the 40th International PEN meeting of writers.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

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Participants in the 40th International PEN meeting of writers ponder the question of European conscience; France Bucar and Manca Kosir of the Slovenian PEN centre.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

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Catalan poet Victor Obiols at a panel pondering European conscience as part of the 40th International PEN meeting of writers.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

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Participants in the 40th International PEN meeting of writers ponder the question of European conscience.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

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Slovenian PEN Centre President Tone Persak at a panel pondering European conscience as part of the 40th International PEN meeting of writers.
Photo: Alenka Vesenjak/STA

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