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Guess who's back, back again... François Hollande

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Angry Moroccans protest sexual harassment of women

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The battle over posted workers: Macron on tour to convince EU leaders

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Rap activist weighs in on Angolan election

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Israeli-Palestinian conflict: A US summer camp brings two sides together

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'France has its own ghosts'

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'Stop the impunity of harassment in Morocco'

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IN THE PAPERS

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 : 2011-06-16

A Greek tragedy repeating itself as farce?

Greece's near-collapse makes the headlines from Athens to Berlin, while the Spanish papers are asking if their own anti-cuts protesters went too far in blocking access to the Catalan parliament. Elsewhere, the New York Times takes an exclusive look at Pakistan, and gurus in India may be making a profit from their fight against corruption.

The Greek paper Kathimerini says its government has descended into a political farce - whereas in Germany Die Welt says it's all just too predictable.

In Spain El Pais says anti-cuts protesters have gone too far - while they defend themselves in El Mundo.

The New York Times says Pakistan's colonels may be plotting a coup against the head of the army - for being too pro-American.

And the Guardian takes a look at India's new gurus - fighting corruption and filling their own pockets along the way.

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2017-08-24 Yemen

Denmark gripped by 'creepy' death of Swedish journalist on submarine

IN THE WORLD PAPERS - Thursday, August 24: We look at the political chaos and humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen's two and a half year conflict. Also, Denmark is gripped by a...

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2017-08-24 François Hollande

Guess who's back, back again... François Hollande

IN THE FRENCH PAPERS - Thursday, August 24: François Hollande has left political hibernation and makes his grand return to politics according to Le Figaro, but not everyone's...

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2017-08-23 François Hollande

'France has its own ghosts'

FRENCH PAPERS - Weds. 23.08.17: Former President François Hollande breaks his silence with a word of warning for Emmanuel Macron. Meanwhile, the president is on a charm offensive...

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2017-08-23 Angola

'Stop the impunity of harassment in Morocco'

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Weds. 23.08.17: Angola is in the spotlight as 9.5 million voters head to polling stations to cast their ballots in elections that will see President Jose...

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2017-08-22 Afghanistan war

'Here are six costly failures from America’s longest war. No. 1: cashmere goats'

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Tues. 22.08.17: Yesterday the US President outlined his long-awaited strategy for resolving the nearly 16-year-old conflict in Afghanistan. Donald Trump...

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