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Latest update : 2012-03-26

Adieu Sarkozy?

The French press picks up on the sheer scale of media interest worldwide in the Toulouse and Montauban killings and the subsequent slaying of Mohamed Merah. Time magazine, for example, has chosen to put Nicolas Sarkozy on the front page of its European edition asking: Adieu? In a piece entitled "French Toast", the magazine argues the economy is still the main issue for French voters, and not security.

By Nicholas RUSHWORTH

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