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.
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Germans rejoice in the National Mannschaft's fourth World Cup win while Argentines despair. In the Middle East, is Israel out to crush Hamas?
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François Hollande is hoping to use Bastille Day celebrations to defend his plan for economic recovery, under fire from his own party. Meanwhile, France's diplomatic failings on...
As a one-off this Friday, the international and French press reviews are merged. Coverage of the Israel-Hamas conflict dominates. We look at two Israeli papers: one urging a...
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Thurs. 10.07.14: International papers focus on tensions in the Middle East, elections in Indonesia and illegal immigration in the United States.
FRENCH PAPERS - Thurs. 10.07.14: French papers focus on government spending cuts, former President Nicolas Sarkozy's potential political return and the opposition UMP's shady...