Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wrapped up a whirlwind few days in Paris for the Christchurch Call summit, where an unprecedented agreement was signed by 17 countries, the European Commission and eight tech companies to seek to eliminate online terrorist and violent extremist content.

In between she held bilateral meetings with several world leaders, had interviews with CNN and Le Monde to turn up the international pressure, met intensely introverted Twitter boss Jack Dorsey (Dorsey asked media not to ask him any questions or report on anything he said), and had artichoke heart and lamb for lunch at the Elysee Palace

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