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PARIS - After yesterday's announcement that Pope Benedict XVI would resign from the papacy on Feb. 28, the world's newspapers reacted today:

ITALY

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UNITED KINGDOM

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AUSTRALIA

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ARGENTINA

BELGIUM

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CANADA

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BRAZIL

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CHILE

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COLOMBIA

FRANCE

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GERMANY

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INDIA

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USA

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SPAIN

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POLAND

SWITZERLAND

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HONDURAS

MEXICO

PARAGUAY

SOUTH AFRICA

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SWEDEN

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PORTUGAL

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THE PHILIPPINES

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IRELAND

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AUSTRIA

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