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Hungary: Suspended reporters help magazine sold by homeless

  • A woman buys a magazine from homeless Erika Szuhogyi, right, in Budapest, Hungary, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. Reporters and editors from Nepszabadsag, whose suspension earlier this month has raised concerns about media pluralism, wrote articles for “Without A Roof” and helped homeless to sell the biweekly publication, talking with buyers about Hungarian media matters. (AP Photo/Andras Nagy)

    A woman buys a magazine from homeless Erika Szuhogyi, right, in Budapest, Hungary, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. Reporters and editors from Nepszabadsag, whose suspension earlier this month has raised concerns about media pluralism, wrote articles for “Without A Roof” and helped homeless to sell the biweekly publication, talking with buyers about Hungarian media matters. (AP Photo/Andras Nagy)  (The Associated Press)

  • Homeless Erika Szuhogyi, left, talks to journalist Csilla Urban who helps her selling magazines in Budapest, Hungary, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. Reporters and editors from Nepszabadsag, whose suspension earlier this month has raised concerns about media pluralism, wrote articles for “Without A Roof” and helped homeless to sell the biweekly publication, talking with buyers about Hungarian media matters. (AP Photo/Andras Nagy)

    Homeless Erika Szuhogyi, left, talks to journalist Csilla Urban who helps her selling magazines in Budapest, Hungary, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. Reporters and editors from Nepszabadsag, whose suspension earlier this month has raised concerns about media pluralism, wrote articles for “Without A Roof” and helped homeless to sell the biweekly publication, talking with buyers about Hungarian media matters. (AP Photo/Andras Nagy)  (The Associated Press)

  • Homeless Erika Szuhogyi, left, and journalist Csilla Urban, center, who helps her selling magazines talk to a man in Budapest, Hungary, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. Reporters and editors from Nepszabadsag, whose suspension earlier this month has raised concerns about media pluralism, wrote articles for “Without A Roof” and helped homeless to sell the biweekly publication, talking with buyers about Hungarian media matters. (AP Photo/Andras Nagy)

    Homeless Erika Szuhogyi, left, and journalist Csilla Urban, center, who helps her selling magazines talk to a man in Budapest, Hungary, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. Reporters and editors from Nepszabadsag, whose suspension earlier this month has raised concerns about media pluralism, wrote articles for “Without A Roof” and helped homeless to sell the biweekly publication, talking with buyers about Hungarian media matters. (AP Photo/Andras Nagy)  (The Associated Press)

Journalists from a suspended opposition newspaper in Hungary have edited a magazine sold by the homeless.

Reporters and editors from Nepszabadsag, whose suspension earlier this month has raised concerns about media pluralism in Hungary, wrote articles for "Without A Roof" and went out Thursday to help homeless people selling the biweekly publication — and also to talk with buyers about Hungarian media matters.

Nepszabadsag reporter Csilla Urban said they had chosen to help "Without A Roof" partly because their "newsroom has become practically homeless."

Publishing company Mediaworks announced on Oct. 8 it was temporarily shutting down Nepszabadsag because of considerable losses. Talks between management and journalists about the future of the publication have been inconclusive.