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Italians fume over ‘smoky tomato carbonara’ recipe

By France24
01 March 2021   |   8:57 am
We start in the United States, where debate over a federal minimum wage hike to $15 an hour rages on in the press. We also look at how a carbonara recipe published by the New York Times has sparked outrage and dismay in Italy. We then turn to India, where authorities recently published a road safety ad... with a Daft Punk twist.

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