IL FATTO QUOTIDIANO

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Il Fatto Quotidiano (which translates to “The Daily Fact” or “The Daily Happening") is a daily Italian newspaper founded in 2009 and published in Rome. The editor-in-chief is currently Marco Travaglio and the paper is known for its left-leaning, anti-establishment stance. In 2015 it has a circulation of 84,000 copies.

Italy

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France

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Iran

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