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Live from the newsroom, we provide an overview of the stories making the French and international newspaper headlines. From Monday to Friday at 7.20 am and 9.20 am Paris time.

IN THE PAPERS

IN THE PAPERS

Latest update : 2011-11-17

The nuclear accident

It's the Greens and the Socialists who are on most of France's front pages - it turns out the latter may have tried to cover up exactly what they agreed with the Green party. Also, the prostitutes who claim they slept with Dominique Strauss-Kahn tell their stories.

Liberation reports the Socialist Party tried to hide part of the agreement they signed with the Greens on Thursday - on the instructions of energy firm Areva.

Le Figaro has seized on the chance to attack both parties - the Greens as stubborn, the Socialists as willing to sell their policies to the highest bidder.

Le Parisien interviews two prostitutes who claim they spent €1500-a-night evenings with Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

And the Mediapart website looks at Lucas Papademos, Mario Monti and Mario Draghi's past careers with Goldman Sachs - and ask if they're really best placed to sort this out.

By Elena CASAS

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2015-05-29 FIFA

Sepp Blatter: love him or loathe him

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Fri. 29.05.15: The FIFA corruption scandal continues to dominate the press today. Papers look at how FIFA President Sepp Blatter is fighting off pressure...

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2015-05-29 FIFA

'Platini bites back, but Blatter holds on'

FRENCH PAPERS - Fri. 29.05.15: French papers continue to focus on the FIFA corruption scandal. Former French soccer star and current President of the Union of European Football...

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2015-05-28 FIFA

'FIFA Nostra'

FRENCH PAPERS - Thurs. 28.05.15: French papers react to the two sweeping probes into alleged corruption at FIFA. Many blame FIFA President Sepp Blatter and call for him to step...

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2015-05-28 FIFA

'The shame game'

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Thurs. 28.05.15: Papers around the world react to the two sweeping probes into alleged corruption at FIFA. "The shame game", on the front page of British...

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2015-05-27 FIFA

FIFA officials arrested in Switzerland on corruption charges

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Weds. 27.05.15: The New York Times reports that early this morning FIFA officials were arrested in Switzerland on corruption charges. It's not the first...

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