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7 Jul 2023
Titanic tourism company OceanGate has indefinitely suspended operations after the implosion of a vessel it used to ferry wealthy tourists to wreck.
26 Jun 2023
We look at how racism may have played a role in differences in media coverage between the Titanic sub accident and the drowning of hundreds of migrants. We also discover the French player who's taken the NBA by storm. The papers are taking stock of abortion rights in the US, a year after the overturning of Roe v Wade. We end with articles about Africa's first marijuana school and French parenting.
23 Jun 2023
Officials say the search for the missing Titan submersible has become an investigation and salvage mission.

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