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L'Humanité (pronounced [l‿y.ma.ni.te]; English: "Humanity"), is a French daily newspaper. It was part of the French Communist Party. Its slogan is "In an ideal world, L'Humanité would not exist." L'Humanité was founded in 1902.[1]

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  1. John Tebbel (2003). "Print Media. France". Encyclopedia Americana. Archived from the original on 9 May 2019. Retrieved 1 November 2014.