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Colin Powell’s legacy, Russia’s Covid crisis and anger over a rock

By France24
19 October 2021   |   4:45 pm
We take a look at the tributes and the criticism of Colin Powell following his passing on Monday. We also look into why the coronavirus may be surging in Russia. Finally, the press is discussing the upsides and downsides of artifacts: namely a rock that’s managed, as Le Monde puts it, to “piss” off a French town.

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