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"Give him a big hand" Big Ben runner steals show at London marathon

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IN THE PAPERS - Monday, April 29: Spanish papers react to Sunday's election results - "a debacle" for the right-wing Popular Party thanks in part to competition from far-right Vox. Meanwhile Indonesian election officials report that nearly 300 people have died from fatigue after counting ballots by hand. Over 1,000 experts call on Emmanuel Macron not to make a rush job of the Notre Dame restoration. And a man dressed as Big Ben has a mishap at the finish line of the London marathon!

Added on the 29/04/2019 10:50:16 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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