Press Review Monday 22 August 2011
Libya 'steals' the front pages. Could government's retirement reform plans harm an ailing economy? Wild about Wilders because he such a euro sceptic. Flying on TV, two TV comedies tell exactly the same story, but in two different languages.
Use of force The lead story in nearly all today’s papers today is understandably – what looks likely to be – the imminent fall of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. Meanwhile, events in Syria and Israel and the Gaza Strip are pushed inside the papers.
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