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‘Sussex, lies and videotape’: British papers abuzz over Harry’s documentary

By France24
06 December 2022   |   2:24 pm
The British papers are discussing the upcoming documentary by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. We also find out what the French papers think of this Tuesday's debate at the National Assembly on immigration. The US papers are diving into the racist origins of Georgia's Senate run-off election.

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