Kenya marks 50 years of independence as healthworkers continue to strike. Obama's lessons for Uganda. Egypt looks for new friends. And Mbeki tilts at Zuma after the Mandela funeral.
Most all the Native American artefacts auctioned off on Monday in Paris are to be restored to the Hopi and San Carlos Apache tribes from which they came.
Former French President Jacques Chirac is recovering in hospital after undergoing successful kidney surgery on Monday, according to members of his close circle.
The debate about working on Sunday dominates this Monday morning's front pages.
An advocacy group is taking legal action in an attempt to stop the sale of masks originating from the Hopi tribe, an indigenous group in the United States.
Standard & Poor's downgrade of French sovereign debt was "unjustified", the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) chief economist said Tuesday.
A UN resolution calling for the protection of the privacy of citizens worldwide is going ahead this week.
A French diplomat said nuclear talks with Iran in Geneva are in the “homestretch” but stressed the negotiations are not yet over as world powers continue to push for a deal.
A solemn ceremony will mark the moment in downtown Dallas when, 50 years ago today, US president John F Kennedy was assassinated by a lone gunman.
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.