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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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