Supporters of Abdelaziz Bouteflika claim he has won a "crushing victory" in his bid to win a fourth term as Algeria's president.
Polling opened in Algeria on Thursday morning following a campaign marked by the absence of incumbent Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Ukraine makes the front pages of Le Monde and Libération. Le Figaro falls out of love with Manuel Valls. La Croix looks at the church in Rwanda.
President François Hollande’s shattered image of normalcy, next week’s Algerian presidential elections and a Papal apology for paedophilia in the Catholic church dominate ...
The French press welcomes the unanimous UN Security Council vote to send 12,000 UN peacekeepers to the Central African Republic (CAR), where violence between Christians and Muslims has triggered ...
Another look at the diplomatic issues surrounding the murders of exiled Rwandans in South Africa, investment in emerging economies, and yesterday's strike at Kenyan public universities ...
Islamist groups in the Sahel region, Venezuela after Chavez and the sexual assaults in the French army are the main topics in today's French newspapers.
Divisions in Algeria about ailing President Bouteflika’s bid for a fourth term in office and the Ukraine crisis dominate comments in the French magazines.
France is still struggling with its budget deficit. Bouteflika is standing for reelection as Algeria's president ... but does he know?
Presidents are making the news this morning in Algeria, Zimbabwe and Uganda.