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French press review 30 January 2015

There are rich picking in the French newspapers this morning. Investigators look into the Charlie Hebdo killers’ mentor. Opinions are divided over Greece’s new leaders.
Front National leader Marine Le Pen
30/01/2015 - France

Front National finance czar charged with fraud over election campaign funding

A friend and ally of far-right leader Marine Le Pen is being prosecuted by the fraud squad over the funding of some of her Front National’s (FN) election campaigns.


French press review 29 January 2015

"People start believing in the media again", a controversial package of reforms and concerns over Greece bailout dominate the front page stories of French dailies.


French press review 28 January 2015

After two days of front pages dominated by slippery Greeks and unpaid debts, France’s editors have finally decided to vary our news intake.

French press review 27 January 2015

There's a Greek clean sweep across this morning's front pages.

Alexis Tsipras waves to supporters after winning the elections in Athens, 25 January 2015.
26/01/2015 - France - Greece

Hollande congratulates Tsipras on Greek election victory

French President Francois Hollande congratulated Alexis Tsipras on Monday on his radical left party Syriza's win and recalled "the friendship that unites France and Greece".


French press review 26 January 2015

Greece is the main story on the majority of this morning's French front pages.

Huge election turnout as Greeks seek way out of financial crisis
26/01/2015 - International report

Huge election turnout as Greeks seek way out of financial crisis

In the Greek capital Athens, thousands turned out for parliamentary elections that could decide the country’s future relations with the rest of the European Union.

French press review 24 January 2015

Sunday's general election in Greece excites a lot of coverage in this morning's French newspapers.


African press review 23 January 2015

Nigerians go to the polls on 14 February to elect their president and members of the National Assembly and that's the story which dominates today's papers there.