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8 Jun 2020
As Black Lives Matter protests continue to amplify worldwide, European papers affirm that despite what some politicians say, US racism is not the exception. Canadian writer and activist Naomi Klein talks to Le Monde about the current period and how to move forward. And a real-life treasure hunt launched by an art collector a decade ago comes to an end.

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