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In the first press review of the week, Northern Ireland hit a century this Monday. Also on the program: national resonance in India and regional elections with French rugby that climbs the roof of Europe. It is also World Press Freedom Day.
“Northern Ireland celebrates the hundredth anniversary of the reunion of its six counties in the United Kingdom on May 3, 1921, with several concerns about its future, underlining the French daily. the cross. A reunion of Ireland seems inevitable, though still far away. “British newspaper Guardian One wonders for his part whether it is “to celebrate birthday or just to ignore”?
In India, English-speaking daily Hindustan Times The prime minister’s victory over a rival in a regional election in West Bengal was highlighted. A result seen as a defeat of Narendra Modi amidst the deadly wave of Coronavirus. But as this squeak-humorous drawing published by the Indian site shows First position, What should be counted above all is the dramatic health condition that passes over the country.
“Toulouse and La Rochelle elevate French rugby to the top of Europe”: it’s in a Figaro. The two clubs will meet in the European Cup final on May 22 at Twickenham.
And then, on this World Press Freedom Day, the local daily Marsalis Reminds that France is far from being ranked well.