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Latest update : 2010-09-14

Lady Gaga raises the steaks

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Tuesday, 14th September 2010: She’s on the front page of The Guardian this morning, sporting a steak-hat and raw meat dress… Lady Gaga strikes again! The singer has ruffled some feathers at the MTV Music Video Awards with her provocative outfit. We also look at the Israeli papers as peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority continue today in Egypt. Finally, Berlusconi’s latest gaffe and a new “saddle-design” seat for airplanes.

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Articles in today’s international press review:
 
The Guardian: Lady Gaga's meat dress angers animal rights groups
 
Hollywood Gossip: Lady Gaga Meat Dress: Tasty or Tasteless?
 
Vogue Japan : Lady Gaga appeared on the front page of Vogue Japan earlier this month in an even more revealing raw meat outfit
 
Jerusalem Post : “Settlers shift pressure from Netanyahu to Obama”

Ha’aretz: “Aluf Benn / Who will blink first as peace talks stakes pile ever higher?”
 
The Guardian: “Berlusconi draws anger and ridicule with jokes about Hitler and marrying again”
 
The Independent: “Sarkozy accused of using Watergate-style tricks to muzzle the French press”
 
Daily Mail: “Don't let Ryanair see these: Seat with 23 inches of legroom unveiled to increase number of passengers in ‘saddle class'”

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