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Arctic Ice Sheet at Lowest Level Ever

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August 28, 2012
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The 'International Herald Tribune' headlines "Arctic ice sheet at lowest level ever". Spanish and Colombian papers look at the announcement that talks with FARC are underway. And we head down under where parents are fighting a ban on handstands and cartwheels during playtime at one Sydney primary school. That's the world press for Tuesday 28th August, 2012.


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