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resilience of spirit

2 Apr
We take a look at the optimism, and scepticism, in the papers over Tuesday's peace talks on Ukraine. Le Monde tells us how Wagner Group mercenaries could be leaving Central African Republic to be sent to Ukraine. We also find out about missing phone logs and conspiracy theory texts at the White House. Finally, we discuss lessons of resilience, be it in sport or in life.

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