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An overview of the stories making the French and international newspaper headlines. From Monday to Friday live at 7.20 am and 9.20 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2010-06-29

FBI “must have clapped collective hands” at outdated Russian spying methods

In today’s international press review, we look at the The Washington Post’s intelligence blog where Jeff Stein analyses the old-fashioned techniques of a Russian spy ring cracked by the FBI. We also look at the Brazilian papers the day after their victory over Chile, Canadian papers analysing the huge number of arrests at last weekend’s G20 summit and finally the Daily Mail has a story of an owner reunited with his dog after five years. TUESDAY, 29th JUNE 2010

 Articles in today’s international press review:

 O Globo: “Ramirez and Kaka provide the key moments in Brazil v Chile”
 
De Volkskrant : “The ‘Oranges’ to meet Brazil”
 
Washington Post: Russian spy case reveals old espionage tricks
 
De Volkskrant: “The Oranges further World Cup against Brazil”
 
Globe and Mail: “G20-related mass arrests unique in Canadian history”  
 
Toronto Star: “G20 editorial: Brutal spectacle failed a city and its people”
 
The Guardian: Editorial: “A moment missed”
 
Daily Mail: “Jack's back! Dog lost in Ireland is found five years on... in England”

 

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