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Latest update : 2013-03-07

How to turn off your ex

International papers, Thursday 7 March: The Independent’s cartoonist Dave Brown imagines where the late Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez could be right now; Canada’s Vancouver Sun reports on Venezuela’s complaint against Canada; the International Herald Tribune claims the cardinals have gone incommunicado and finally, the New York Times reports it is now possible to turn off your ex (digitally speaking).

Some links to the articles we discussed in Thursday’s World Press Review:


EL NACIONAL: Hugo Chavez dies

VANCOUVER SUN: Venezuela’s Canadian complaint

NEW YORK TIMES: How to turn off your ex

By Katerina VITTOZZI

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