General view of the Headquarters of the French Daily Newspaper Le Monde on the Boulevard Auguste-Blanqui in Paris. Facade, containing a large fresco adorned by pigeons, drawn by French cartoonist Plantu, is designed by Christian de Portzamparc. Le Monde is one of the two newspapers of record, founded in 1944 by Hubert Beuve-Mery on request of General Charles de Gaulle. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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General view of the Headquarters of the French Daily Newspaper Le Monde on the Boulevard Auguste-Blanqui in Paris. Facade, containing a large fresco adorned by pigeons, drawn by French cartoonist Plantu, is designed by Christian de Portzamparc. Le Monde is one of the two newspapers of record, founded in 1944 by Hubert Beuve-Mery on request of General Charles de Gaulle. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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