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IN THE PAPERS

IN THE PAPERS

Latest update : 2010-07-29

The most boring article ever?

This morning we look at a contest on The Atlantic’s website to find the most boring article ever. Other articles of note: The Washington Post speaks about the man who is suspected of being behind the Wikileaks leak; Spain’s papers lead with Catalonia’s banning of bull fighting; the American press gears up for Chelsea Clinton’s wedding and Churchill’s dentures are up for sale! THURSDAY, 29th JULY 2010

 

Articles in today’s international press review:
 
Washington Post: FBI and military investigating source of leaked Afghan war documents
 
El Mundo: The animals have triumphed
 
La Vanguardia: The debate on the banning of bull fighting has arrived in the arenas of Madrid
 
The Atlantic Wired: Boring Article Contest
 
Daily Telegraph: Churchill's dentures up for sale
 
Politico: Chelsea’s Big Day: What we know

 

By James CREEDON

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2016-08-31 Emmanuel Macron

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2016-08-31 French politics

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2016-08-30 Dilma Rousseff

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INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Tues. 30.08.16: Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is in the spotlight. Yesterday, she defended her record during a marathon session during her...

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2016-08-30 French economy

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2016-08-29 American football

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