A homeless man killed a man and cut out his heart and tongue in order to eat them, according to his own statement to police after his arrest in south-west France on Thursday night.
A famliy who ran a Paris hotel that burned to the ground in 2005, costing the lives of 24 people, including 11 children, opened in the French capital on Thursday.
Today's papers tackle the on-going investigation of last week's fire at Kenya's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport; and the death toll rises after heavy rains continue in both Sudan and now ...
Zimbabwe’s newspapers react to President Robert Mugabe’s first statement since his party’s victory in the 31 July general elections.
Nairobi's airport fire lines the headlines of African papers today, while the Nigerian press looks at the end of Ramadan.
The headquarters of the Femen topless protesters in Paris was damaged by fire on Saturday night. The origin of the blaze was not clear on Sunday.
Firefighters have brought a blaze in a historic Paris mansion after a six-hour battle with the flames.
At least five people are reported dead in a fire in a local government building in the Pakistani city of Lahore. Rescue services struggled with the blaze for several hours.
Almost 130 people have been killed in fires at Bangladeshi garment factories in the past three months alone. Around 700 workers have been burnt to death since 2005.
A train running between the French cities of Marseille and Bordeaux caught fire on Saturday morning, causing delays of two to three hours but no injuries.