FRENCH PAPERS, Mon. 11/06/13: Former Interior Minister Claude Guéant is once again in the spotlight following allegations he received large amounts of cash as Nicolas Sarkozy’s chief of staff when Sarkozy was Interior Minister. Was this embezzlement of public money or just common practice at the time? The French papers are divided.
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Fri. 07/06/13: The Guardian and Washington Post reveal an undercover operation codenamed "Prism", whereby the US has secretly been collecting private data from internet giants like AOL, Google and Facebook. Does this mean an end to privacy as we know it? Or is it a necessary sacrifice for a more convenient, efficient and safe life?
FRENCH PAPERS, Fri. 07/06/13: The death of 18-year-old left-wing activist Clément Méric dominates the French papers today. He was killed after a fight with a skinhead gang in the centre of Paris. Was this a fight that went badly wrong, or is it proof of a rise in far-right violence France should be concerned about? Papers are divided on the issue. Also, the Huffington Post explores why Fred Perry is a brand popular with extremist groups on both left and right.