Over indulged? But is your hangover a Sewing Machine, a Comet or a Gremlin Boogie?
In Monday's international papers- some of the Chilean miners turn on their supposed leader, US papers accuse Republican backers of breaking the law on campaign advertising, and the Guardian takes a scientific approach to hangover cures.
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS – Tues. 19.11.13: A lot of papers focus on family planning in China as the government plans to loosen its "one child policy". Also, according to The Guardian, private companies in Britain, France and the US are selling "spy tools" to developing countries in the Middle East, Asia and Africa. Finally, a Walmart in Ohio draws criticism for organising a food drive... for its own employees.
FRENCH PAPERS – Tues. 19.11.13: French papers largely focus on the manhunt for a gunman who attacked the offices of left-leaning paper Libération yesterday and then fired shots in the financial district of La Défense. Libération says the attack is a violation of democracy but has vowed to get back to work.
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Mon. 18.11.13. France and Israel unite over Iran's nuclear programme. But some say Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu is out of touch. Meanwhile, the Philippines continues its long road to recovery after the storm one survivor called "the great equalizer". Finally, China is set to loosen its controversial one-child policy, but even its motives for reform have been called controversial.
FRENCH PAPERS, Mon. 18.11.13. New data reveals the fault lines of social inequality in France and the Socialist government is under pressure to make it a top priority. Meanwhile, French President François Hollande and Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu lean on each other for support against Iran's nuclear programme.