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Brazil’s fragile democracy, French pension plans, and Noma’s ‘no más’

By France24
15 January 2023   |   11:59 am
We look at how the press is covering the aftermath of the Brazil uprising. We also find out how the French press is treating today's upcoming pension plan announcement and how it's reacting to new hunting laws. The papers are also discussing why the chef of Noma, reputed to be the world's best restaurant, has decided to close its doors.

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