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European Council live on Twitter

Submitted by on March 24, 2011 – 11:31No Comment

A week ago, we reported on the EU Pilot project of let­ting blog­gers into the Council’s den.
Now, as Brus­sels is packed with Euro­pean demon­stra­tors, min­is­ters and secu­rity ser­vices, two French jour­nal­ists are live tweet­ing the meet­ing. That is to say Jean-Sébastien Lefeb­vre and Loup Besmond de Sen­neville are post­ing live update from the Council’s press room on the microblog­ging web­site Twitter.

You can fol­low it here and here.

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