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In the press - Retreats: "Macron facing a strike that threatens to paralyze France"


In this new press review of December 5: how the strike in France is perceived by the foreign press, the Samoa Islands are fighting against a deadly outbreak of measles, and chewing gum ...

"Macron is facing a strike against the pension reform that threatens to paralyze France," writes the Spanish daily El País . The president is "facing his biggest challenge since the movement of Yellow Vests", adds the New York Times . The Italian daily Corriere della Sera writes that "France is preparing for a black Thursday".

In the South Pacific, the Samoa Islands close for two days the administrations, the shops ... A new vaccination campaign against measles is launched whereas the epidemic, which declared itself mid-October, has already unfortunately killed several tens of children. As recalled in this rather alarming article from the Samoa Observer : "Stay at home, get vaccinated and listen to instructions."

Much lighter question: what future for chewing gum? In an article in the Wall Street Journal published in France by L'Opinion , we can read that in the face of declining sales, especially in the United States, "now, in their recipes, chewing gum manufacturers mix everything, vitamins in going through sweets, to entice customers to buy a package ". There is chewing gum supposed to help sleep, another to stimulate energy, or one that would facilitate weight loss!

Source: france24

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