‘Farewell, Bibi’ Papers mark end of Netanyahu era

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    IN THE PRESS – Monday, June 14, 2021: Newspapers in Israel and around the world say goodbye to Binyamin Netanyahu. The Jerusalem Post reminds the country they have much to thank him for, while France’s left-wing paper Libération describes his time in office as “12 years of rule-by-fear.” We also look at cartoonist’s reactions to the G7 Summit, and Algeria’s legislative election. Plus, the ‘truly biblical’ true story of a lobster diver who was swallowed and spit back out by a humpback whale!

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