Claudine Mulard

Correspondent, Le Monde

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Correspondent in Los Angeles, California for the leading French newspaper, Le Monde

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Just months after the funeral of Michael Jackson stopped traffic in LA, crowds of reporters have gathered outside Cedars-Sinai Hospital where another music legend is said to be coming…

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