In the US demonstrations against corporate power and government austerity measures have been taking place in more than 70 major cities.
Around 10,000 anti-globilisation protestors are set to descend on the French Mediterranean city of Nice on Tuesday ahead of the G20 summit of world leaders taking place on Thursday and Friday in ...
The announcement by Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou Monday evening of a confidence vote and a referendum on last week’s European Union deal on Greek debt saw European markets drop ...
Today is a public holiday in France, so there are fewer papers than usual.
The economic crisis hasn't exactly gone away, but it is taking a variety of new shapes on this morning's front pages.
This week’s magazines are all about money in a rich man’s world, but without a dime to spend.
Saturday’s French papers are dominated by reactions to EU efforts to deal with the world economic crisis, ahead of next week’s
Friday’s French papers are dominated by reactions to President Nicolas Sarkozy’s appearance on television on Thursday night to explain the results of the Brussels EU summit.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy shocked world media with a statement that Greece should not have been allowed to join the euro in a television interview Thursday evening.
The deal hammered out by EU leaders over the debt crisis has been given a cautious welcome by the majority of experts.