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Top editor at the French daily Le Monde dies


February 19. 2013 7:30PM
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(AP) The top editor at France's leading daily newspaper has died suddenly of a heart attack.


Erik Izraelewicz, 58, had led Le Monde for about two years, after a career that included top jobs at some of France's leading business newspapers. In a statement, Le Monde journalists said Izraelewicz collapsed while working in his office Tuesday evening and was rushed to a Paris hospital, where he was declared dead.


The newspaper has not yet named a replacement.


Associated Press


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