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24 February 2023 | 10:55 am
We look at reactions in the French papers after the fatal stabbing of a schoolteacher in front of her pupils. Also, British supermarkets begin to ration essential fruits and vegetables as Brexit rules and poor weather hamper imports.
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After Edinburgh, King Charles III goes to Belfast. In a United Kingdom where the monarch plays the symbolic role of unifying figure, the new king of Great Britain and Northern Ireland arguably has a taller order here than in Scotland, where nationalists so far want to keep the crown with or without independence.
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