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Romanian authorities said Wednesday they had launched a probe against three journalists of British TV channel Sky News for allegedly "disseminating false information" in a disputed report on illegal arms trafficking.Prosecutors accuse the journalists of paying three Romanian nationals to pose as gun dealers selling weapons to Islamist terrorists – allegations firmly denied by Sky News.In the report, two men with covered faces showed the TV crew a number of weapons, including an AK-47 assault rifle, in a remote area of EU member Romania.After seeing the report, Romanian authorities opened an investigation and eventually detained the three alleged arms dealers.
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