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Onion-gate? Australian hardware store sparks anger over changes to hot dog stand

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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 : 2018-08-20

'A #MeToo leader made deal with her own accuser'

Monday, August 20, 2018: The New York Times reports that Italian actress Asia Argento paid $380,000 to a former co-star who accused her of sexually assaulting him in a hotel room when he was 17. We also look at the Greek press as the country emerges from the "eight-year long tragedy" of the bailout and criticism from the Korea JoongAng Daily of the "farce" that is North-South family reunions. Finally, stories of vacations gone dangerously awry - from falling off a cruise ship to falling sheep.

By Alison SARGENT

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2018-11-14 In the papers

Onion-gate? Australian hardware store sparks anger over changes to hot dog stand

IN THE PAPERS - Wednesday, November 14: We look at a political crisis in the Czech Republic involving the prime minister, his son and a kidnapping plot. We also look at reactions...

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2018-11-13 In the papers

The Queen, infertility and marriage troubles: Michelle Obama's tell-all memoir

IN THE PAPERS - Tuesday, November 13: We look at PTSD in survivors of the Paris attacks, three years on. Recordings shared by Turkish authorities into the death of Jamal...

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2018-11-12 In the papers

Would you let your boss micro-chip you? Controversial plan aims to 'protect data'

IN THE PAPERS - Monday, November 12: We look at front-page reactions to Remembrance Day commemorations. Things got political here in Paris, with Emmanuel Macron's thinly veiled...

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2018-11-09 In the papers

Papers 'sickened' by racial profiling at Paris Saint-Germain

IN THE PAPERS - Friday, November 9: It's the German "day of fate" and papers are marking a series of anniversaries, notably 80 years since hundreds of Jews were killed during...

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2018-11-08 In the papers

Soldier reunited with 'puppy of war' he saved in Syria

IN THE PAPERS - Thursday, November 8: We look at reactions to Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi finally being released from prison, a week after she was acquitted of blasphemy....

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