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26 Jun 2023
The Guardian takes us to Kenya, where accusations of murder and assault are flying at a Del Monte pineapple farm. We then take a look at how some French papers are strongly condemning, and others praising, the disbanding of a climate activist group. We also dig into the controversy over US Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s luxury fishing trip.

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Democratic Republic of Congo's prime minister, Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde, resigned on Tuesday (February 20), triggering the dissolution of his government, the presidency said in a statement.
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