Type of site
Available in French
Created by Fabrice Robert
Launched 2005
Current status Active

Novopress is a news site that presents itself as an "international news agency"[1] founded by Fabrice Robert, a leader of the French nationalist organization Bloc Identitaire.[2] Among its managers are Bruno Mégret, ex-leader of Unité radicale as well as Guillaume Luyt, former leader of the Front national de la jeunesse.[3] Patrick Gofman is one of the editors of (French section).[4]

Novopress is politically geared towards nationalist, anti-Islamist and far right themes. As of 2008 Novopress had 13 national editions in Europe and North America, including in Ireland, Italy and France.


  1. Ludovic Finez, "Les “infos” xénophobes de Novopress (Novopress's "xenophobic "news") 7 July 2005
  2. Silvère Boucher-Lambert and Olivier Saretta, Comment l'antisémitisme tisse sa toile sur Internet (How anti-Semitism weaves its web on the Internet), 26 February 2009.
  3. Alexandre Duyck, Les Identitaires sur Google (The Identitaires on Google), in The JDD, 08 June 2008, [/ ]
  4. sample article: L’humeur de Patrick Gofman: J’inaugure le Salon du Livre! (The mood of Patrick Gofman: I inaugurate the Book Fair!), Society column, March 20, 2008

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