FRENCH NEWSPAPERS, Friday 19 October: Front pages are still dominated by the French president’s acknowledgement of the "bloody suppression" of Algerian protestors in 1961; meanwhile, Le Figaro looks at why France’s top Jewish leader has spoken out about the legalisation of gay marriage; and there’s plenty of press coverage of the death of actress Sylvia Kristel, best known for her role in the erotic film "Emmanuelle".
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Live from the newsroom, FRANCE 24's Oliver Farry provides an exhaustive overview of world's newspaper headlines.
Live from the newsroom, FRANCE 24's Oliver Farry provides an overview of today's French newspaper headlines.
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Fri. 19.09.14: Papers around the world and social media react to Scotland’s historic vote, after 55% of voters rejected independence in a referendum.
FRENCH PAPERS - Thurs. 18.09.14: French papers react to the Scottish independence referendum. Also, where are Hollande's dwindling supporters? And Nicolas Sarkozy makes new...
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Weds. 17.09.14: All eyes turn to Scotland today. With just 24 hours before the hotly anticipated independence referendum, the gloves are coming off. Also,...