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IN THE PRESS

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 : 2011-12-12

'The coalition's days are numbered'

The British papers digest David Cameron's veto - with the Independent calling for the Lib Dems to pull out of the coalition, and the Times celebrating a victory for euroscepticism. We also look at how the Durban agreement went down in the press.

The Independent, always a paper that's backed the Liberal Democrats, reckons this is a step too far now - it's time to walk away from the coalition.

The Times is celebrating though - saying that 57% of voters back David Cameron.

The Guardian says something was achieved in Durban at the weekend - but their environment correspondent says it's a guarantee our children will be worse off than we are.

The Moscow Times asks what's next after this weekend's wave of protests - warning the Kremlin won't listen unless the demonstrators construct a coherent political movement.

And The Daily Beast says Gingrich's remarks on the Palestinians will show whether the Republican base is on the same planet as the rest of us - if he keeps going up, we'll know they're not.

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2018-07-20 Clément BONNEROT

Israel's Jewish nation-state law 'strikes blow to minorities'

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2018-07-19 Clément BONNEROT

'Ortega, enough!'

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2018-07-17 Dheepthika LAURENT

Street party, not a wake: Croatian football fans welcome home team

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2018-07-16 Dheepthika LAURENT

Les Bleus 2018: The new 'tsars' of world football

IN THE PAPERS - Monday, July 16: Many French football fans are still partying hard after Les Bleus became World Champions yesterday, beating Croatia 4-2. We take you through the...

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2018-07-13 Solange MOUGIN

Donald Trump's 'verbal grenade' to Theresa May

IN THE PAPERS - Friday, July 13: We take a look at the explosive interview that Donald Trump gave to British tabloid The Sun. We also see how the “special relationship” between...

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