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Michael Fitzpatrick
23/07/2015

African press review 23 July 2015

Muhammadu Buhari says he's going to get Nigeria's stolen oil billions back. The South African opposition were not impressed by what they saw during yesterday's visit to Jacob Zuma's home in Nkandla.
23/07/2015

French press review 23 July 2015

Should French farmers be satisfied with the 600 million euros in emergency aid offered yesterday by the government?
22/07/2015

African press review 22 July 2015

Burundi counts the votes and the dead in the wake of yesterday's controversial presidential election. Kenya signs a multi-billion-shilling deal to improve the road to South Sudan.
22/07/2015

French press review 22 July 2015

There's not a Greek to be seen on a French front page this morning. The space is almost entirely occupied by angry farmers.
21/07/2015

African press review 21 July 2015

It's hard to get away from US President Barack Obama this morning. He's been talking to the new Nigerian leader in Washington.
21/07/2015

French press review 21 July 2015

Libération looks at positive perspectives in the battle against Aids, La Croix wonders if a summit of religious and moral leaders can save the planet, L'Humanité says the health service ...
20/07/2015

African press review 20 July 2015

The situation in Burundi on the eve of a controversial presidential election, tensions between Bujumbura and Kigali over support for Pierre Nkurunziza, one reason why South Africa's tourism industry ...
20/07/2015

French press review 20 July 2015

Struggling French farmers, a reforming American president, Chadian former dictator Hissène Habré, migrants in serious humanitarian danger in northern France and further debate about ...
14/07/2015

African press review 14 July 2015

All change at the helm of the Nigerian military machine; local papers ask how much difference the new men are likely to make in the war aganist the armed Islamists of Boko Haram; and South African ...
14/07/2015

French press review 14 July 2015

Most of the French papers are happy to take a day off, worn out, like the rest of us, by the Greek crisis, delighted to celebrate the French national holiday by staying in bed.
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