Fake news

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Fake news are information that is not true.

Fake news are spread in news·papers,

or on Television.

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Sometimes fake news are spread on purpose.

For example to lie to people.

Or to sell more papers.

Sometimes Journalists make mistakes.

And spread fake news on accident.

For example, when they forget important information.

Journalists have to tell true news.

They are not allowed to spread fake news.

But sometimes they do.

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