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.
IN THE FRENCH PAPERS - 25/04/13: French papers react to François Hollande's first ever visit to China. Libération says Hollande is wrong to remain silent about human rights abuses there. Meanwhile, Les Echos says the government's refusal of a bill put forward by the Communist party marks the divorce between the Socialists and the far-left.
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Weds. 25/04/13: Haaretz explores why the US is so reluctant to back Israel's claims that Syria has repeatedly used chemical weapons. Meanwhile, the Independent explains how a British tycoon managed to trick Iraq into buying millions of pounds worth of fake bomb detectors - a scam with a very tragic human cost. Finally, the Independent says George W. Bush could be on the road to rehabilitation with his new presidential library.
FRENCH PAPERS, Weds. 25/04/13: French papers react to the legalisation of gay marriage here in France after a final vote in Parliament yesterday. The left applauds a "historic" day, while the right wonders what there is to celebrate about such a divisive law. Also, are European leaders starting to change their minds about the effectiveness of austerity policies?
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Tues. 23/04/13: Canadian papers react to the arrest of two men who were allegedly planning to attack a passenger train in Toronto. Meanwhile, international papers continue to react to the Boston Marathon bombings. The Christian Science Monitor explores what the motive could be and why it’s important to know why the attacks happened. Meanwhile, the Guardian takes a closer look at the role played by social media.
FRENCH PAPERS, Tues. 23/04/13: French papers react to the impending vote in Parliament to legalize gay marriage. Liberation says this is proof that progress is not dead. Right-wing politicians say they’ll repeal the law if they return to power. But Catholic paper La Croix points out that this would be tricky. Le Parisien says the first gay weddings could take place in June.