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Journalists Ervin Guth (left) and Ferenc Nimmerfroh work out of a small office in downtown Pecs, a city in southern Hungary. They and colleague Attila Babos started the independent news site Szabad Pecs (Free Pecs) after the local newspaper where they worked was purchased by a pro-government media company. Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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Outlets Strive For Independence In Hungary, Where Most Media Back The Government

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