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Outrage over banning of ‘Maus’ comic books on Holocaust

By France24
30 January 2022   |   8:55 am
We take a look at outrage in the press over Art Spiegelman's "Maus" comic books on the Holocaust being banned by a Tennessee school board. We also see how the press is covering escalating tensions with Russia over Ukraine and why Emmanuel Macron may find himself at a turning point in the crisis. Finally, the press is discussing the good, the bad and the rosy for the Winter Olympics in China, as grannies knit red-rose bouquets for the Games. HOLOCAUST COMICS CENSORSHIP

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