Italian protest or Swiss concert? • FRANCE 24 English

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Protests took place last weekend in Italy against the introduction of a health pass. Yet, images used to illustrate the protests were taken years ago… in Zurich! Also, Emmanuel Macron’s recent particpulation in a charity football match has seen fake images of  his jersey circulate online. Finally, a fraudulent police summons accusing the recipient of pedophilia amongst other crimes is being emailed to people at random – we take a closer look. 

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