Scramble for second-round votes begins in Brazil's presidential election
France 24's Oliver Farry takes a look at the international newspapers this Monday.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff won most votes in the first round of the country's presidential election. She will face off against Social Democrat Aécio Neves in next Sunday's second round. Both will be hoping to get the support of third-placed Socialist Marina Silva.
Elsewhere, a member of Hong Kong's government admits he and his colleagues were psychologically unprepared for the scale of the protests there.
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