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Facebook launches 'Journalism Project' to fight spread of 'fake news'

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 11 January 2017
Social media giant Facebook has launched a new project, aiming to deepen its media ties. The venture includes initiatives to help journalists create new features, giving users better and faster access to news.
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