Four issues dominate the French weeklies this week: the downfall of Libyan dictator Moamer Kadhafi, the French debt crisis, the Socialist Party primaries and the walk to freedom of ex-IMF chief ...
Saturday’s papers are dominated by the Socialist party’s summer school, which is getting underway in La Rochelle.
Amid the recent financial turmoil, the role of computers is being hotly debated. "To err is human," the old saying goes.
Friday’s French press is dominated by the ongoing reactions to the austerity plan unveiled by the government, the Socialist Party’s summer workshop in La Rochelle this weekend ...
French President Nicolas Sarkozy's visit to the People's Republic of China this week was dominated by Libya and the eurozone debt crisis.
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American Vice-President Joe Biden told China that his country will always honour its debt obligations, at the end of a five-day visit
With stock markets tumbling worldwide, how worried should the French be? Will national unity help?
The French papers don't agree entirely on today's top stories, though there are three stories that make it onto more than one front page this morning.
Wealthy French join global "tax me" calls. Unions prepare more strikes. And should homo sapiens change his name?