L'Humanité ("Humanity") is a French-language daily based in Paris. It was founded in 1904 by Socialist leader Jean Jaurès, who also edited the paper until his assassination in 1914. Although it is known historically as the organ of the French Communist Party, the paper has been editorially independent since 1999.


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