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Two troubled nations and two French political figures dominate this morning's front pages.
It was election fever in Europe this week, with polls in Greece, France, Germany, Italy and Serbia. Of course those in Greece and France dominated the headlines.
The main national media continue to dissect the first steps and premier difficulties facing French President-elect François Hollande.
The dailies are all about the sensitive files already piling up of the table of French President François Hollande as he prepares for his inauguration on Tuesday and a quick trip to Berlin ...
Greek socialist leader Evangelos Venizelos was told on Thursday by President Carolos Papoulias to form a government after efforts by other parties failed in the wake of inconclusive weekend polls.
The coastal fishing industry was once a big source of income for West African countries like Sierra Leone.
How many Algerians will bother to vote?
Greece is at the crossroads after inconclusive election results last weekend. None of the major political parties managed to gain the upper hand.
No prizes for guessing that this morning's front pages are dominated by the president-elect, François Hollande, and the man he will replace later this month, Nicolas Sarkozy.