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4 Nov
As Israel expands its ground incursions into Gaza, the world's papers wonder if this is the start of a full-scale invasion. Editorialists point out the riskiness of the operation without solid political objectives. We also take a look at a shockingly violent night for French football, and finish with tributes to "Friends" star Matthew Perry.

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