"The world is in mourning" for Nelson Mandela, French President François Hollande told a summit on peace and security in Africa as it opened on Friday.
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.
China has approved a long-awaited joint venture between its carmaker Dongfeng and France's Renault, worth nearly a billion dollars.
A global education survey released today showed that France has dropped to an average position in international maths tests and needs to improve educational results for immigrants and the poor.
In Abidjan, the annual meeting of the African Securities Exchanges Association is taking place, with policy-makers, central bank ...
Police violence in Kampala and the African Development Bank returning to its home in Côte d'Ivoire are two of the stories in today's papers ....
The debate about working on Sunday dominates this Monday morning's front pages.
French president François Hollande claims he met one of his key election pledges by reversing the unemployment trend in the country before the end of the year.
A new railway in East Africa, a jailed hip hop artist and a partnership against terrorism are among today's headlines in the African Press.
The main news today in France is about unemployment.