‘We no longer know how to think for ourselves’: Macron’s ‘fake news’ fight raises concerns

France’s Minister of Culture has attempted to dispel rising concerns about President Macron’s plan to tackle fake news. Francoise Nyssen said the national media regulator, as well as judges, would be in charge of enforcing the new law. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8wdq

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French Culture Ministry opens its door to the public

France’s Culture Ministry opens its doors to the public, as part of the annual European Heritage Day event, allowing visitors to discover the inside of the Palais Royal and the office of Culture Minister Françoise Nyssen.