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Philippine Nobel laureate Maria Ressa: Journalism is ‘at an existential moment’

Speaking at the Global Media Forum in Bonn, Ressa noted that lies, laced with anger and hate, spread faster than facts. "Rebuilding trust with truth is vital to combat the rise of fascism," she said.

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