No more gaming around for Djokovic, French vaccine passes or Wordle • FRANCE 24 English

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IN THE PRESS – Monday, 17.01.2022: The French papers discuss France’s new vaccine pass and the legislation’s rollercoaster saga in parliament. Novak Djokovic is also making headlines, as he’s now left Australia after losing his legal battle. Next, we learn why the Tonga volcano won’t affect climate change. Finally, we find out why the creator of Wordle isn’t entirely happy about the success of his online game.

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