Today on page 9 of Libération, in small print, a few pieces of news, like thinly smearing margarine on a toast: - Ethnic discrimination remains a reality throughout the European Union, in health care, education, employment and housing. - Zebu thieves are fighting against the Malagasy army. - 100. That’s the number of lashes given to a man and woman yesterday in Timbuktu in Mali. Their crime? They had a child out of wedlock.
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