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Pigs have complex conflict-resolution skills, according to new study

By France24
08 November 2022   |   11:47 am
We look at reactions in the French papers after a high-ranking member of the Catholic Church admitted to sexually abusing a teenage girl 35 years ago. We also look ahead to the US midterms, in particular via editorials and political cartoons. Finally, a new study shows that pigs are capable of breaking up fights between other pigs!

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