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A big hurrah for the Robin Hood tax

In today's international papers, we look at the prospect of a Tobin tax on financial transactions, women's (lack of) rights in Saudi Arabia, and a plane hijacker who was finally caught - after 40 years on the run.

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The Guardian gets very excited today about the prospect of a Tobin tax on financial transactions - and also very angry about the lack of rights for women in Saudi Arabia.

El Pais looks at the worst political crisis of Evo Morales' presidency, and the Independent at the story of a plane hijacker on the run for 40 years - but who was finally tracked down by the FBI.

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