End of an era as Rupert Murdoch passes the baton to his son
26 September 2023 | 7:03 am
We look at press reaction in the UK as Rupert Murdoch hands over the reigns to his media empire. In other news: the French media have varying takes on the pope's visit to Marseille. Also, a landmark decision in Brazil sets an important precedent for indigenous rights in the country. Finally, 90 South African schoolchildren are sent to hospital after eating cannabis-infused muffins.
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