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CNN:The European Union has launched a digital library that offers documents dating to nearly 60 years ago, in 23 languages.
All documents ever edited on behalf of European Union institutions, agencies and other bodies will be available in the library, the organization said in a news release.
"The digital library frees the memory of the European Union tied to paper since its beginning," said Leonard Orban, the union's commissioner for multilingualism.
The electronic library is free to individuals, companies and libraries worldwide, which can download documents as PDF (Portable Document Format) files, Orban said. About 12 million pages -- roughly 110,000 EU publications -- are available for download, according to officials.