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Chelsea apologise to Paris victim of racial abuse


Media Watch takes a look at the latest developments after Chelsea fans' racist abuse of a black man on the Paris metro. Also the insults hurled at a man dressed as an imam on the streets of Milan. Plus, how a haircut can transform our opinion of the homeless. And finally, a lucky escape for Arnaud Montebourg.

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