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A libel is a malicious, false statement in written media, a broadcast, or otherwise published words.
Libel may also refer to:
- Libel (film) (1959), a British drama film
- Libel (poetry), a verse genre primarily of the Renaissance
- Libel (Rychnov nad Kněžnou District), a village in the Rychnov nad Kněžnou District of the Czech Republic
- Libel (admiralty law), a proceeding in admiralty law
See also 
- Seditious libel, a criminal offence under English common law, related to attacks on the government or the church
- Blasphemous libel, a former common law criminal offence in England and Wales
- Blood libel, sensationalized allegations that a person or group engages in human sacrifice
- Libelle (disambiguation), various meanings
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