Latest update: 06/04/2012
- Bosnia and Herzegovina - Easter - Hezbollah - international justice - Mali - Syria
'Shortage Scrambles Eastern Europe's Egg Hunt'
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Fri. 06/04/12: According to Le Figaro, ECOWAS is the only organisation that could legitimately intervene in Mali to ensure stability now that the country is cut in two. But the French daily points out that the "white helmets" aren’t experienced or ready. Meanwhile, an egg shortage in Eastern Europe drives prices up jjust ahead of Easter.
Some articles from today’s international press review:
LE FIGARO: “Mali: the headache of outside intervention”
NEW YORK TIMES: “Loyalty to Syria Chief Could Isolate Hezbollah”
INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE: “An Arab war-crimes court for Syria”
WALL STREET JOURNAL (Europe): “Shortage Scrambles Eastern Europe's Egg Hunt”