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We truly believe in individual intelligence and think that our role, as a global news organisation, is to supply unbiased, multifaceted, factual, verified information, rather than speaking from a single, emotional point of view. Our opinion is that we want to help you form your own opinion. Our journalists do not to take sides. Instead they try to transcribe reality objectively, with integrity and complete freedom. Our unique diversity of points of view is what Euronews has stood for since 1993 in every corner of the globe, in every language.

We truly believe in individual intelligence and think that our role, as a global news organisation, is to supply unbiased, multifaceted, factual, verified information, rather than speaking from a single, emotional point of view. Our opinion is that we want to help you form your own opinion. Our journalists do not to take sides. Instead they try to transcribe reality objectively, with integrity and complete freedom. Our unique diversity of points of view is what Euronews has stood for since 1993 in every corner of the globe, in every language.

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