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Covid-19 vaccine wars, GameStop battles and sexy accessories

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IN THE PRESS – Friday, 29.01.2021: We take a look at the latest chapter in the fight over vaccines between the European Union and AstraZeneca. The press is also discussing whether mask-slipping may be the new "mansplaining". We look into the GameStop video retailer and how the battle over its stock may be a reckoning that's been a long time coming for Wall Street. Finally, we find out about scary sneakers, outdated Bond gadgets and X-rated bookshelves.

Added on the 29/01/2021 14:58:33 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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