The Chinese press is euphoric at a win for Mo Yan. He is this year's Nobel literature laureate. The Bangkok Post, along with other world papers, meanwhile, is asking where Liu Xiaobo is. Liu, a political dissident, won the Nobel peace prize in 2010 and remains in prison though his exact whereabouts are unknown. That, and more, in this look at the world papers Friday 12th October, 2012.
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.
French lawyers decry the tapping of Nicolas Sarkozy's phone by investigating judges, while Le Figaro and L'Opinion point the finger at François Hollande's government.
2014-03-07 Vladimir Putin
FRENCH PAPERS - Fri. 07.03.14: The French press focuses on tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine, and upcoming municipal elections.
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Fri. 07.03.14: International papers focus on what's driving Vladimir Putin in the Ukraine crisis, the US's energy leverage and a Bollywood movie about a women's...
2014-03-06 US military
INTERNATIONAL PRESS - Thurs. 06.03.14: International papers focus on the National People’s Congress which kicked off in Beijing yesterday. Prime Minister Li Keqiang announced a sweeping...
FRENCH PRESS - Thurs. 06.03.14: French papers react to the European Commission’s decision to put France on a watch list over its trade deficit. Business daily Les Echos likens it...