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17/09/2014

French press review 17 September 2014

Three of this morning's papers give pride of place to yesterday's vote of confidence in the government of Manuel Valls, the prime minister's second such test in less than six months.

African communities in Dakar: part 5/5
29/08/2014 - International report

African communities in Dakar: part 5/5

It is time now for the last part in our series African communities in Dakar.
21/08/2014 - France - Central African Republic

Violence continues in Central African Republic

The European peacekeeping force EUFOR were involved in clashes with militants in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic on Tuesday.
Catherine Samba-Panza with former prime minister André Nzapayéké.
10/08/2014 - Central African Republic

New PM named in Central African Republic

Central African Republic’s President Catherine Samba Panza appointed Mahamat Kamoun as her prime minister on Sunday as part of an effort to create a more unified government after more than a ...
05/08/2014 - France - Central African Republic

Central African Republic : French troops kill ex-Seleka militiamen

Ex-Seleka members were killed during gunfights with French troops on Monday.

02/08/2014

French press review 2 August 2014

The deadly Ebola virus spiralling out of control in West Africa after claiming 729 lives and infecting more than 1,300 others since March gained front page attention from Le Monde this ...
31/05/2014

French press review 31 May 2014

Why does the US want to fine a French bank billions? Can BNP Paribas survive? Was Egypt's presidential election a farce?
Demonstrators call for Burundian troops to leave the country on Thursday
30/05/2014 - Central African Republic - France

Three killed as thousands protest in Central African Republic capital

Two demonstrators were killed and at least three wounded in the Central African Republic’s capital, Bangui, on Friday morning during protests demanding the resignation of President Catherine ...
30/05/2014

French press review 30 May 2014

There's bad news across the board for French President François Hollande today.

A man waves a machete at a protest against French troops in Bambari earlier this month
24/05/2014 - CAR - France

French troops clash with 'uncontrolled' Séléka in CAR

French troops clashed with “uncontrolled elements” of Séléka militias in the Central African Republic town of Bambara on Saturday morning, France’s military has ...
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