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French press review 24 January 2015

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


French press review 23 January 2015

Some French newspapers this morning continue the soul-searching and call for effective action in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo killings in which a total of 20 people died in Paris a little over two ...
Austerity left Greece in crisis over health care
22/01/2015 - International report

Austerity left Greece in crisis over health care

In Greece, six years of imposed austerity by European creditors has left the country in a state of crisis over health care.
Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras at a rally in Madrid last year
20/01/2015 - Report: France - Greece

French hard left hopes for Syriza victory in Greece

There is no left-wing alternative to the current French government, Agriculture Minister and government spokesperson Stéphane Le Foll insisted on Tuesday.
07/01/2015 - France

French press review 7 January 2015

Is France's far right rooting for a hard left victory in Greece's general election? Does unemployment drive many to suicide? Is France slipping down the economic league table?
The European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt
16/10/2014 - France - World economy

Paris bourse falls again Thursday as European economic jitters continue

The Paris bourse fell again on Thursday after hitting its lowest level since August 2013 on Thursday.

French press review 25 September 2014

The murder of French mountain guide Hervé Gourdel by an Algerian jihadi groups is this morning's main story.
Vitrioli directed by Olivier Py
11/07/2014 - Report: Avignon theatre festival 2014

Vitrioli - violence and desperation in devastated Greece

Vitrioli, in Greek by Greek-Canadian Yannis Mavritsakis, is directed by Olivier Py, who heads the Avignon Festival for the first time this ...
Greece's Giorgios Samaras (top) consoles Ivory Coast's Boubacar Barry after scoring a goal past Barry from a penalty kick
25/06/2014 - Report: Brazil World Cup 2014

Eliminated England needs talent, Côte d’Ivoire misses advance by one goal

On day 13 of the World Cup we learned that English football talent needs to blossom abroad, England fans aren’t making many friends, one goal steals Côte d’Ivoire’s chances of ...
Greek poets inspire musician Katerina Fotinaki
08/06/2014 - World music matters

Greek poets inspire musician Katerina Fotinaki

Our guest on this week's edition of World Music Matters is Greek musician Katerina Fotinaki.