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AFP joins FactCheckEU, a new collaborative project to fight disinformation ahead of the european elections

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AFP extends its fact-checking operation to Spain and Argentina

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Inside China’s internment camps: tear gas, Tasers and textbooks

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Chinese firms cash in on Xinjiang’s growing police state

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Life on the shelf: China's bachelors saving face, cash with Mekong brides

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SKorea's quiet #MeToo trailblazer embraces tough fight

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Fighting for justice in South Korea, where truth can be a crime

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