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Here are the top stories for Friday, January 26th: Trump speaks in Davos, calls report “fake news;” More fallout in Nassar sex abuse scandal; Ky. governor calls for day of prayer after school shooting; Supermarket chaos in France over Nutella.

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France Discounts Nutella and Shoppers Go Nuts

Brawls broke out in French supermarkets on Thursday as shoppers scrambled to get their hands on discounted pots of the chocolate and hazelnut spread Nutella. (Jan.26)

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What It’s Like To Have Breakfast At Tiffany’s

You can finally get croissants and coffee like Holly Golightly. People have been waiting for hours to get into the Blue Box Café. Located in its 5th Ave store. Here’s what it’s like inside.

Everything is Tiffany Blue. The café seats 40 guests. You can opt for $29 breakfast, $39 lunch, or $49 Tiffany Tea. The menu changes seasonally. Dishes include Croissant: Nutella, honey butter, winter fruit preserves. Seasonal fruit & berries. Truffle eggs: soft eggs, shaved truffles, kunik cheese, smoked bacon. Black bass crudo: radish, fennel, espelette, olive oil. Fifth Avenue salad: Maine lobster, avocado, grapefruit, poppy seed dressing. Plus a dessert platter featuring the Tiffany Bird’s Nest. There’s also a selection of teas. The café takes reservations a month in advance. It’s currently sold out until January 2018.

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Police Shootings Data & Food Fight in the EU: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the September 18, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

Three days of protests broke out in St. Louis after former police officer, Jason Stockley, was acquitted of killing a suspect in 2011. VICE News travels to Missouri to report on the tension after the ruling. Plus, a deep dive into data that shows when cops get charged for murder or manslaughter in fatal shootings.

Then we head to New Hampshire for the first meeting of President Trump’s voter fraud panel. Plus, why governments in the EU are brawling over brands like Coca Cola and Nutella.

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