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President Francois Hollande joins world leaders in a solidarity march in the Tunisian capital
29/03/2015 - Hollande Tunisia

Hollande marches in solidarity with Tunisia after museum attack

President Francois Hollande has joined tens of thousands of Tunisians and other world leaders in a show of solidarity against Islamic militants.
French President François Hollande welcomes Morocco's King Mohammed VI to the Elysée presidential palace in February 2015
27/03/2015 - France

Morocco deports three French nationals for terrorism

Morocco on Friday deported three French nationals who had been convicted on terrorism charges on Thursday.
23/03/2015

African press review 23 March 2015

South Africa's opposition Democratic Alliance will not take part in a "secret process" to cover up President Jacob Zuma’s financial liability regarding the security upgrades to his ...
20/03/2015

French press review 20 March 2015

French press in wave of reactions to the deadly terrorist attack in Tunisia.

20/03/2015

African press review 20 March 2015

There is more outpouring of emotions in the African press about the terrorist attack in Tunisia in which 21 people were killed at the National Bardo Museum, 17 of them tourists.
Manuel Valls, Jan. 2015
19/03/2015 - France

France unveils new spying laws after terrorist attacks

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Thursday unveiled controversial new laws allowing intelligence agencies to collect phone and Internet data from suspected jihadists.French

19/03/2015

French press review 19 March 2015

Given this morning's top story, it is perhaps unsurprising that there is one story dominating the French papers this morning, that of the attacks in Tunisia.

A large number of security forces were deployed in Tunis following a terror attck on Wednesday
18/03/2015 - FRANCE/AFRICA

Hollande expresses solidarity with Tunisia

The French President spoke with his Tunisian counterpart Beji Caid Essebsi following the terror attack in Tunis in which at least eight people were killed.

Dieudonne was arrested for his Facebook comment following the Paris terror attacks in January
18/03/2015 - France

Dieudonne handed two months suspended jail sentence

The controversial comedian was prosecuted for condoning terrorism through a Facebook comment following January’s Paris terror attacks.

Prime Minister Manuel Valls will present the draft law in cabinet on Thursday.
18/03/2015 - France

France to introduce new anti-terror measures

This will allow French authorities to carry out surveillance of people suspected of preparing terrorist” acts without prior authorisation from a judge.

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