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Michael Fitzpatrick
01/04/2015

African press review 1 April 2015

Nigeria has a new president, Uganda halts the al-Shebab World Cup murder trial, and Kenyan political figures rush to their legal advisors . . .
01/04/2015

French press review 1 April 2015

France's "taxation hell", corrupt cops, organ donations and the dangers of anti-terrorism are among the subjects in this morning's French papers.

31/03/2015

African press review 31 March 2015

Vavi sacked in South Africa, too tight to call in Nigerian presidential race, Ugandan prosecutor assassinated . . .
31/03/2015

French press review 31 March 2015

More political fallout from last Sunday's departmental elections and France's sick medical stystem are among the sublects in this morning's French papers.

30/03/2015

African press review 30 March 2015

Nigeria awaits presidential election results. Leaders of SA's main union grouping fall out. Kenyan in the Rift Valley threaten rebellion over cattle-rustling.
30/03/2015

French press review 30 March 2015

Departmental elections (again), Syria and endebted Greeks are some of the topics catching editorial eyes this Monday morning.

25/03/2015

African press review 25 March 2015

South African President Jacob Zuma says ordinary people are too dependent on government, while today's African papers also cover charges against the deputy director of public prosecutions.
25/03/2015

French press review 25 March 2015

Today's French papers cover yesterday's air tragedy in the French Alps.
24/03/2015

African press review 24 March 2015

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan on Monday signed an agreement on Ethiopian plans for a new Nile dam. The story is making front pages as far away as South Africa.

24/03/2015

French press review 24 March 2015

You might have thought the French papers would have gotten over Sunday's first round departmental elections . . . not a bit of it. Five dailies to hand, five views of a blighted political landscape .
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