World leaders are paying tribute to the figurehead of South Africa's anti-apartheid movement who led the country into a new era.
Nelson Mendela, South Africa's first black President and an indelible anti-apartheid icon who spent 27 years in prison, died Thursday evening at home. He was 95.
In 2012, about 124.5 million people, or 24.8 per cent of the population, in the European Union were at risk of poverty or social exclusion, compared with 23.7 per cent in 2008.
In New York the 15 member UN Security Council has given French troops the green light to help restore order in Central African Republic. French President François Hollande is ...
Wines from the cellar at the Hôtel Matignon, the official Paris residence of the French Prime Minister, are to be sold at an auction on Friday.
Plans for a new tax in Kenya, Kampala's power struggles, East Africa's integrated payment system, debt in South Africa - all in today's papers.
China has approved a long-awaited joint venture between its carmaker Dongfeng and France's Renault, worth nearly a billion dollars.
This morning's front pages are dominated by preparations for tomorrow's Franco-African security summit in Paris and ukrainian demonstrations to support European Union integration.