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European Parliament adopts EU media freedom law


The EU is to better protect journalists from political interference under an unprecedented media freedom law adopted by the European Parliament. The legislation, backed in a vote by 464 EU lawmakers, with 92 against and 65 abstaining, also enshrines editorial independence and seeks to improve transparency on media ownership. IMAGES

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