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Latest update : 2010-10-14

“Tale of ‘Los 33’ reached down to our deepest emotions”

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Thursday, 14.10.2010: Papers around the world this morning lead with moving images from the Chilean miners’ rescue. We look at various angles, including why this story moved the world. Also, Ahmadinejad’s vist to Lebanon in the Lebanese and Iranian press.

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Articles in today’s international press review:
 
Lebanese paper L’Orient le Jour and Iranian daily Ettela’at cover Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s visit to Lebanon
 
La Tercera: “Historic rescue after tense day in San José Mine”
 
The Independent: “‘The whole world watched, but a nation has been transformed”  
 
The Independent: “A triumph of hope over despair that moved us all”
 
The Times: “Tale of ‘Los 33’ uplifts — and reaches down to our deepest emotions”
 
San Francisco Chronicle: “Wives vs. mistresses: Are miners trapped again?”
 
Gawker: “One Man's Mile-Long Sewer Journey Ends at Golf Tournament”

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2014-08-21 French politics

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2014-08-20 French politics

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