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New President, Old War: Trump outlines his strategy for Afghanistan

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Oil theft: a multi-billion dollar business fuels Mexican cartels

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French government, employers and unions begin final discussions on labour reforms

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IN THE PAPERS

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

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IN THE PAPERS

Charter of transparency…but no official ‘first lady’ title for Brigitte Macron

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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 : 2011-11-24

'Every time the army fires a shot, the people become more determined'

Police violence in Egypt is the focus of today's press review - alongside what a national unity government might actually mean. We also look at Yemen and Bahrain, and why South African newspapers are up in arms over a censorship law.

The Guardian has a first person account of what it's like to be tear gassed in Tahrir Square - while the Daily Beast analyses why the police have turned so violent.

Al-Ahram looks at how a national unity government might be formed - and the Arabist has a handy chart to help you see where the parties stand.

The Washington Post compares Yemen and Bahrain - saying we shouldn't get too excited about change in either - while the National is more optimistic, saying Saleh's resignation could be a new dawn.

The Guardian calls South Africa's new security law - which newspapers there call censorship - a return to the days of apartheid.

And la Repubblica reveals the witness list for Silvio Berlusconi's underage sex trial - George Clooney, Cristiano Ronaldo and 33 glamour models.

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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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2017-08-22 Emmanuel Macron

Charter of transparency…but no official ‘first lady’ title for Brigitte Macron

FRENCH PAPERS - Tues. 22.08.17: French President Emmanuel Macron is set to kick off a tour of Eastern Europe where he’s expected to address the thorny issue of “posted workers”....

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2017-08-21 Spain

Bonnie Tyler to sing 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' during total solar eclipse

IN THE WORLD PAPERS - Monday, August 21: We look at the investigation in to the Spanish terror cell behind Barcelona's attack and tributes to the victims. The US and South Korea...

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2017-08-21 France

Fighting back: How can Europe protect citizens from 'soft target' terrorism?

IN THE FRENCH PAPERS - Monday, August 21: It's 'back to work' week for Emmanuel Macron after a 10-day break. He's laying the ground for debates around the hot topic of reforming...

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2017-08-18 Spain

Terror in Barcelona

PRESS REVIEW - Fri. 18.08.17: Papers in Spain and around the world react to yesterday's deadly terrorist attack on Las Ramblas boulevard in Barcelona. El Mundo calls for 'unity...

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