Macron sets up a commission against ‘fake news’ as election looms

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French President Emmanuel Macron has set up a commission to fight fake news and conspiracy theories as his country’s elections approach, but many claim it’s actually a cynical ploy to shape the narrative and help him win a second term in office.

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