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22/11/2014

French press review 22 November 2014

The contrasting political fortunes of President François Hollande and Bordeaux Mayor Alain Juppé, falling petrol prices, the Bhopal gas tragedy in India are some of the stories which ...
21/11/2014

African press review 21 November 2014

Nigerian police teargas opposition MPs. Sata's widow joins the race for leader of Zambia's ruling party. Crocodiles claim their 30th victim in Uganda.
21/11/2014

French press review 21 November 2014

Several national dailies are looking for answers to the terror threat posed by hundreds of French citizens joining the Islamic State (IS) armed group and other Islamist movements in Syria and ...
20/11/2014

African press review 20 November 2014

Uganda's anti-gay bill, vasectomies in Kenya and a voice expressing concern about dependency culture in South Africa ... some of the issues in newspapers around Africa today.

20/11/2014

French press review 20 November 2014

Funding the army, poverty, and behind the scenes with the French president - all in today's papers ...

19/11/2014

African press review 19 November 2014

Mombasa is hit by gangs on the rampage. It's International Men's Day ... and International Toilet Day. Ramaphosa tried to restore discipline to the SA parliament.
19/11/2014

French press review 19 November 2014

You can have the news fried, boiled or scrambled this morning but the front pages are not likely to cheer you up much.

18/11/2014

African press review 18November 2014

In Zimbabwe, vice-president Joice Mujuru on Monday defended herself against allegations that she had masterminded a plot to assassinate President Robert Mugabe.

18/11/2014

French press review 18 November 2014

Both Le Monde and Le Figaro devote their top story to Maxime Hauchard, the 22-year-old Frenchman believed to have been involved in the recent decapitation of the American hostage, Peter Kassig, and ...
17/11/2014

African press review 17 November 2014

For once, the main story in the Nigerian Guardian is NOT about Boko Haram extremists. The Guardian is worried about the national economy.

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