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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.

Latest update : 2011-12-07

Could this be Putin's last election?

In today's international papers - David Cameron set out what he wants from the EU treaty talks, we ask whether Putin could really lose next year's presidential election, and Barack Obama starts speaking the language of Occupy Wall Street.

David Cameron sets out want he wants from new EU treaty negotiations in the Times - hoping to keep his restless Eurosceptic backbenchers quiet.

The Moscow Times says this could be Putin's last election, as public opinion turns against him.

The New York Times say Obama has gone for a new populist rhetoric - adopting the language of Occupy Wall Street.

The Daily Beast looks at the Republican race - explaing why things look so good for Newt Gingrich.

The Independent unearths a fresh scandal in British politics - lobbying firms offering access to top ministers.

And Fox News has accused the Muppets of inculcating children with communism - the Guardian looks at why.

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2016-12-05 Matteo Renzi

French presidential election: ‘Valls's Moment’

FRENCH PAPERS 05.12.16: For Catholic paper La Croix, this is “Valls's moment" - the prime minister is the hot ticket to win the the centre-left presidential nomination, providing...

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2016-12-05 Matteo Renzi

Italy's referendum: ‘Confronted with a wave of 'NO' votes, Renzi resigns’

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS 05.12.16: For leftwing Italian daily La Repubblica, Matteo Renzi has been dealt a crushing blow after 'the NO vote wins'. La Corriere della Sera, meanwhile,...

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2016-12-02 François Hollande

'Hollande's protégé steps forward after palace coup'

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, 02.12.16: British paper The Times describes President Hollande's decision not to run for a second term as a "palace coup" by none other than his former...

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2016-12-02 François Hollande

French papers react after Hollande bows out: 'The End'

The press is unanimous this Friday: France's phenomenally unpopular President François Hollande was right to announce he won't be seeking re-election in 2017. But while left-wing...

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2016-12-01 Syria

'The West's Grim Failure': Papers Mourn West's Impotence as East Aleppo Crumbles

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, 01.12.16: A Guardian editorial decries Western tunnel vision in Syria - it argues that governments are more interested in fighting the Islamic State group...

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