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Philip Roth: Polarizing, prolific, provocative

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Is Zuckerberg's 'apology tour' just a Facebook-sized middle finger to Europe?

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Seven hour Burkina anti-terror raid leaves four dead

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From Foe to Friend? Iraq: The makeover of Muqtada al-Sadr

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France's newest political parties go to school

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Hugh Coltman serves up a New Orleans-inspired musical gumbo

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'Macron sees high earners as key to getting the French economy moving again'

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IN THE PRESS

An overview of the stories making the French and international newspaper headlines. From Monday to Friday live at 7.20 am and 9.20 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2010-10-07

Paris City Hall bans teens from Larry Clark exhibition... about teens

FRENCH PAPERS, 7.10.2010: Libération leads with the controversial censorship of American film director Larry Clark's photo exhibiton at the Paris Museum of Modern Art. Paris City Hall has ruled that only over 18s can visit the exhibiton which features nude photos of teenagers. Also: strikes, Bernard Kouchner’s resignation letter and more coverage on the Jérôme Kerviel ruling.

 

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Retirement reform – Railway unions announce rolling strike starting next Tuesday:
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Weekly magazine Le Nouvel Observateur reveals that Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner wrote a letter of resignation to Nicolas Sarkozy dated 25th August in which he said he’d been “humiliated” by the Elysée Palace during the course of his mandate:
 
Continuing coverage of the Jérôme Kerviel verdict:
 
Larry Clark exhibition featuring nude photos of teenagers is banned for under 18s:

 

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2018-05-23 Facebook

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