Is France’s cheek-kissing tradition coming back? • FRANCE 24 English

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IN THE PRESS – Tuesday, 06.07.2021: We take a look at the variety of ways the British press is covering Boris Johnson’s decision to lift Covid-19 restrictions in England in two weeks’ time. The press is also discussing global food insecurity, Ethiopia’s giant dam, and a champagne dispute. Finally, we find out if “la bise”, or France’s cheek-kissing tradition, is making a comeback.

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