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Latest update : 2013-03-26

Not many tears for tear-gassed politician

Christian politician Christine Boutin was tear-gassed during the anti-gay marriage march in Paris yesterday, leading to satirical blogs and cynicism online regarding whether she really fainted in the aftermath or not... We take a look at this and other reactions to yesterday's march. Also, Nicolas Sarkozy uses Facebook to speak out over his legal woes. Finally, Nestlé gets all papal in its Facebook advertising in the Philippines.

By James CREEDON

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