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28/05/2015

African press review 28 May 2015

Did South Africa get to host the 2010 World Cup by unfair means? Does the way world football is governed need to be changed? How? Should anybody care?
28/05/2015

French press review 28 May 2015

If you don't like football, Nicolas Sarkozy or British Prime Minister David Cameron, you'd be well advised to avoid this morning's French papers.
27/05/2015

African press review 27 May 2015

There are conflicting accounts of what happened in Garissa, Kenya, earlier this week. The only good news is that the original death toll seems to have been exaggerated.
27/05/2015

French press review 27 May 2015

Today's ceremonies commemorating the French résistance during World War II will culminate with the induction of four new national heroes to the Panthéon in Paris.
26/05/2015

African press review 26 May 2015

Is the Nigerian fuel crisis over? That's a question being asked from Abuja to Pretoria, and the answers proposed are, frankly, contradictory.
26/05/2015

French press review 26 May 2015

Spanish elections draw a lot of attention this morning, as French editors sift the results for lessons at local and European level.
25/05/2015

African press review 25 May 2015

Burundi, Nigeria and South Sudan are all making headlines this morning. South Africa is suffering from a shortage of medicines, including antiretrovirals, in state-run hospitals and clinics.
25/05/2015

French press review 25 May 2015

The decline in the active membership of French political parties has Le Monde worried. Only the far-right Front National has been able to reverse the trend.
24/05/2015

French weekly magazines review 24 May 2015

Terror in Pyongyang, the 'accomplices of radical Islam', inside the head of a Google executive and what we can all learn from the spirit of French resistance, all in this week's French ...
23/05/2015

African press review 23 May 2015

The Kenyan press celebrates a beatification event in the central highlands, while the South African media says Johannesburg is illegally cutting off residents’ water supply.

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