France has returned five 2,000-year-old antiques to Egypt after they were spotted advertised for sale on the internet. They were stolen during the 2011 uprising against president Hosni Mubarak.
More on Kampala's deposed Lord Mayor, polygamy and divorce in Swaziland, radical islamists in Mombasa - all in today's African papers ..
The Egyptian Constitution, Germany, politics and not so surpisingly, taxes are among the headlines in today's French Papers.
Hopes ahead of today's scheduled signing of the DRC peace agreement in Kampala, judicial troubles for some of Egypt's Muslim Brothers and cash prizes for Nigeria's victorious under 17 ...
The postponement of Mohamed Morsi's trial in Egypt, the peace deal to end the conflict in Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa's relationship with Israel are all subjects in today's ...
Mohamed Morsi, millionaires and marathon-winners feature in today's African papers ..
Crime is on hte decline in South Africa. Kenya asks who was responsible for yesterday's bus crash. Uhuru's troubles at the ICC continue.
In the third in our five-part series on immigration in Canada, RFI travels to the capital, Ottawa, home to many different immigrant communities; including one of the largest from the Middle East.
Washington last week announced it was freezing portions of aid to Egypt until it sees progress towards fair elections.
Clashes in Cairo, more on Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto's trial at the Hague, the constitution in Uganda and BMW in South Africa ... all in today's African papers.