Kenya's teachers end their strike but non-teaching staff may not turn up to work because they're not being paid. Will the country's election be rigged?
Is somebody spinning the news from Mali? Does the European Commission want to send us nuts? Who is austerity hurting ... and is it hurting enough?
The widening horsemeat-for-beef scandal is dominating French newspaper coverage. Also, an exclusive interview with an African-American journalist in jail for murdering a policeman.
The economy, culture, justice minister Christiane Taubira and football feature in today's papers..
France’s Socialist government is set to lower its growth forecasts after state auditors warned that growth targets for 2013 are unlikely to be met.
PSA Peugeot Citroën, has announced a record loss of 5.0 billion euros.
France's public finances receive a rough review. Should God follow the Pope's example? Is the vote for gay marriage a historic step forward? And how is PSG placed for 6 March?
Pope’s resignation, industry decline, rise of a cosmetics giant and gender equality in Norway interest today’s French papers.
Corruption, inflation, violence, Kenya's presidential campaign and men’s latest trick to attract the opposite sex - there are many riveting stories to share in today's African papers..
Will the birthplace of the Arab Spring become its grave? Are trade union militants planning to run riot in Paris?