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Is France's desire to combat terrorism tipping over into hysteria?

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Latest update : 2012-11-19

UMP hits electoral hump

Who will take over from Nicolas Sarkozy as chairman of the opposition UMP? At the time of writing, no one knows. Former Prime Minister François Fillon and General Secretary Jean-François Copé both claim victory after the party faithful voted on Sunday. Organisational glitches and allegations of ballot-rigging have turned the contest into a PR fiasco for the party. That's the focus for this look at the French press on Monday 19th November, 2012.

Le Figaro reports on the “Folle Soirée dans les deux QG” (“Crazy evening at the two campaign headquarters”) 

Le Parisien-Aujourd’hui-en-France headlines “Incroyable suspens à l’UMP” (“Incredible suspense for the UMP”) and "Le vote était très mal organisé" (“The vote was very badly organised”)
 
 
Le Figaro leads: "Gaza serre les rangs dans la résistance et l'esprit de revanche" ("Gaza closes ranks in resistance …")
 

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2015-01-30 France

Is France's desire to combat terrorism tipping over into hysteria?

The international press examines the revelation that police in France have questioned an 8-year-old child over his comments defending terrorism. Also, publications in Jordan call...

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2015-01-30 Paris

'Why was an 8-year-old boy questioned by police?'

We look at the French newspapers as the debate rages over the rights and wrongs of police questioning an 8-year-old child over his comments defending terrorism. Also, in the wake...

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2015-01-29 Greece

'Who will follow in Charlie Hebdo's footsteps?'

FRENCH PAPERS - Thurs. 29.01.15: French papers focus on what Syriza’s victory means for Greek politics, political unity in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attack and the annual...

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2015-01-29 Israel

Searching for a 'blizzard buddy'

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Thurs. 29.01.15: Papers across the world focus on tensions in the Middle East after deadly clashes between Israel and Hezbollah along the Lebanese border....

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2015-01-28 French economy

'There have never been so many jobseekers in France'

FRENCH PAPERS - Weds. 28.01.15: French papers focus on bad news on the economic front with a new rise in unemployment figures in December. Business paper Les Echos points out...

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