Scientists see ‘fingerprints of climate change’ in Canada, US heatwave • FRANCE 24 English

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IN THE PRESS – Wednesday, June 30, 2021: #SouthAfrican papers celebrate the 15-month jail sentence of former president Jacob #Zuma, sending the message that “no one but the law is supreme”. Meanwhile, just how weird is the #heatwave in the US and Canada? “Off the charts,” writes the New York Times. Yet even then, some may still not want to see evidence of climate change. We also look at the latest reactions to the Euros, plus the story of a 70-year-old woman who fulfilled her dream of becoming a Yankees bat girl. 

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