The United States asked a Paris auction house to put off the planned sale of 25 sacred objects from the Hopi and San Carlos Apache Native American tribes.
William Janak, the president of Kenya's correspondents' association, talks about controversial media laws that were voted on by parliament on Wednesday.
Plans for a new tax in Kenya, Kampala's power struggles, East Africa's integrated payment system, debt in South Africa - all in today's papers.
Does Washington want to kiss and make up with Nairobi? Is Kenya's press freedom under threat? What have SA's unions got against e-tolling? Does the country need nuclear?
French lawmakers are on Wednesday expected to vote in favour of a bill that penalises the clients of prostitutes.
Sony, Prada and BMW were among the companies that received a slap on the wrist this week in France for using foreign words in their advertisement campaigns.
French lawmakers have adpoted a highly controversial part of a bill that fines the clients of prostitutes.
French MPs are set to pass a law that will stop the punishment of prostitutes but fine their clients and oblige them to take awareness courses.
A Paris court has backed a private creche that fired a Muslim employee for wearing the an Islamic headscarf.
Lucien Neuwirth, the politician responsible for the legalisation of the contraceptive pill in France, a hugely controversial reform at the time died on Tuesday from a lung infection at the age of ...