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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.

IN THE PAPERS

IN THE PAPERS

Latest update : 2011-10-25

Gaddafi is gone - now Libya must undo his legacy

Gaddafi may be dead and buried - but the papers are asking what kind of Libya he's left behind. We also look at the role of Hispanics in the US election, WikiLeaks' money problems, and Scientology.

Gaddafi may be gone, but his legacy remains, says an anonymous Libyan writing in the Guardian - while the Huffington Post reports the reprisals he fears may already be happening, as 53 bodies of pro-Gaddafi fighters are found in Sirte.

The Huffington Post and Daily Beast are also discussing whether America's Latinos can ever be persuaded to vote Republican.

The Independent and Guardian in Britain are both looking at Wikileaks' money problems - and whether it has anything left to reveal anyway.

By Elena CASAS

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2015-09-04 migrants

Aylan Kurdi: A tragic symbol of the migrant crisis

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Fri. 04.09.15 Papers across the world pay tribute to Aylan Kurdi, the Syrian toddler who drowned when his family crossed the Mediterranean in a bid to make...

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2015-09-04 migrants

Libération: 'Why we didn't publish Aylan's photo earlier'

FRENCH PAPERS - Fri. 04.09.15: French papers continue to focus on the shocking photo of a young Syrian boy who drowned while he and his family were trying to cross into Europe...

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2015-09-03 photography

Could this photo mark a turning point in the European migrant crisis?

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Thurs. 04.09.15: Papers across the world react to the shocking photo of a young Syrian boy who drowned while he and his family were trying to cross into...

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2015-09-02 finance

'Enough with dirty Paris!'

FRENCH PAPERS - Weds.02.09.15: Papers are focusing on Michel Combes, the former boss of telecom equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent and his €14 million “golden parachute”. Executive...

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2015-08-31 Japan

Grassroots and new faces in Japan's protests

INTERNATIONAL PRESS - Mon. 31.08.15: The Japanese press examines what may be the largest demonstration in the country since World War II. Meanwhile, the i newspaper looks at how...

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