Health workers on strike in Kenya, ICC seeks response on Uhuru’s wealth and Egypt invited the European Union to monitor the referendum on constitutional amendments, all in today's papers.
A new scandal in French police, French soldiers in the Central African Republic and French municipal elections dominate the front page stories of the French dailies.
In Singapore, the bus driver who knocked over and killed a man in the Little India area on Sunday night, was arrested and let out on bail yesterday.
The African press is still dominated by tributes to Nelson Mandela, Kenya worried about its cross-border problems with Ethiopia, and Uganda focused on a drama at Iganga Police Station.
Twenty Romanian police officers are working with Paris police to clamp down on criminals from their country in the French capital over the Christmas period.
French police on Monday arrested 45 people in a vast sweep against international arms traffickers.
The alleged gunman behind last week’s shooting spree in Paris is on a prison hunger strike and in a weakened condition, his lawyer said on Monday.
Paris gunman Abdelhakim Dekhar was refusing to speak to investigators on Friday as the deadline for opening a formal case against him approached.
A French police officer has been shot and wounded in the Malian capital, Bamako. His assailant was arrested and is being questioned by Malian police.
French President François Hollande on Thursday praised the police's "efficacity" in tracking down Abdelhakim Dekhar, the man they are confident is the lone gunman