Many of today's papers have mixed reviews of the weekend negotiations with Iran. "The United States' risky bet" is what Le Figaro calls it.
Security concerns, immigration, fiscal apathy, and social upheaval are all gracing the covers of French magazines this weekend.
France's decision to boost the number of troops in the Central African Republic dominates comment in the French press.
The Nigerian press reacts to President Goodluck Jonathan’s sudden illness in London.
There's recognition of a doctor who helps DRC rape victims and fears of genocide in CAR. Tax rows rumble on in France. And Ribéry may not get his hands on football's best player award.
The Kenyan government is still locked in battle with the ICC and the UK. Kenya and Uganda are at loggerheads over a Lake Victoria island. Besigye and Lukwago spend a night in jail.
Ayrault's tax revamp is judged risky. French multinationals are judged untruthful. Europe is urged to strip off the hair shirt. Les Bleus say goodbye to mediocrity.
Algeria weaves World Cup magic. In Uganda Besigye dodges the cops but Lukwago doesn't. The US beefs up its east African bases. Kenya says no to ICC video links and falls out with the UK.
This morning's front pages are divided between celebration of the national football team's qualification for the World Cup and lamentation that the prime minister's promise to review the taxation ...
Kenya bids to protect Kenyatta from the ICC. Communal violence in CAR could get out of control. Kenyan teachers warn of teacher shortages.