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IN THE PRESS

An overview of the stories making the French and international newspaper headlines. From Monday to Friday live at 7.20 am and 9.20 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2018-02-28

No more Winnie the Pooh or the letter 'N': China extends list of banned words

IN THE WORLD PAPERS - Wednesday, February 28: We look at the political uncertainty ahead of Italy's elections. Also, there's backlash from the Arab world over the closing and reopening of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Israel over proposed property taxes. Also, Chinese President Xi Jinping bans a whole list of words, books and even a letter of the alphabet! Finally, scientists have some good news for late risers!

For more on our stories, check out the links below:

As political uncertainty grips Italy, has the country become the new sick man of Europe, as the Wall Street Journal attests?

There's censorship in China as the government decides to ban the letter 'N', plus Winnie the Pooh and several of George Orwell's books in a crackdown on dissent.

Finally, find out why late risers shouldn't get a bad rap - according to scientists.

By Dheepthika LAURENT

Archives

2018-09-24 In the papers

'Back from golfing dead': Tiger Woods overcomes pain and scandal to win first tour in 5 years

IN THE PAPERS - Monday, September 24: The Indian government has rolled out an ambitious healthcare subsidy program serving 500 million poor households, but critics say it's a...

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2018-09-21 In the papers

Outfoxed: The mystery of the ‘Croydon Cat Killer’

We take a look at a murder mystery investigation that has been going strong for the past three years and has finally come to an end. Police say they have found the “Croydon Cat...

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2018-09-20 In the papers

Controversial or creative? Chef gets lobsters high before boiling them so they don't suffer

IN THE PAPERS - Thursday, Sept. 20: Pakistan's PM Imran Khan heads to Saudi Arabia and the Emirates for his first official visit. Also, has China's most famous actress Fan...

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2018-09-19 In the papers

Stormy Daniels's X-rated book attacks Trump's presidency - and manhood

IN THE PAPERS - Wednesday, September 19: The UN's latest report gives horrific details of the rape, torture and murder of Rohingya people by the Myanmar military. When will they...

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2018-09-18 In the papers

Should supermodels' catwalk strut be protected by copyright?

IN THE PAPERS - Tuesday, September 18: We look at reactions from the papers as the two Korean leaders meet for a summit aimed at avoiding "clashes and nukes". Also, the papers in...

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