‘A Cold War vibe’ as Biden meets Putin

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    IN THE PRESS – Wednesday, June 16, 2021: “The entire planet’s eyes are on Geneva” with the meeting between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin. According to The New York Times, the Russian president is eager to win respect, but The Moscow Times writes that Putin doesn’t need a meeting with Biden to prove he’s an equal. We also look at the results of Algeria’s legislative election and gloating reactions to France’s Euro victory over Germany. Finally, would you wear “butt crack leggings”?

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