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'Big buffoon, small buffoon': Italian press reacts to new coalition

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IN THE WORLD PAPERS - August 30, 2019: We take a look at reports that Benjamin Netanyahu tried to prevent Donald Trump from meeting with Iran's foreign minister. We also bring you reactions from the Italian press following Matteo Salvini's failed gambit to force early elections. Finally, we take a quick look at the Champions League group stages following Thursday’s draw.

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