FRENCH PAPERS, Mon. 14/01/13: Right-leaning Le Figaro applauds yesterday’s massive demonstration against the government’s bill to legalise gay marriage. Le Parisien wonders whether there will be any real impact since the government has vowed not to give into the street. Meanwhile, Slate investigates an unfortunate consequence of the debate on gay marriage. And Rue 89 takes a closer look at France’s evolving role in Africa.
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.
A call for the Israeli army to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, and in Europe the Daily Mail blames France and Germany for not reining in Russian President Vladimir Putin.
If the French public is supportive of a ban on Pro-Palestinian protests, it’s because of the potential for violence, and the rise in the number of anti-Semitic incidents.
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Anger at the rising death toll in Gaza has prompted some to ask for a stop to graphic postings, while others fear censorship. And with Russia suporting the UN Security Council...
Fears of a spill-over of Israeli-Palestinian hostilities onto French soil, but will the big visit of faith leaders to the Elysée calm tensions?
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An overview of the French newspaper headlines: Violence in Paris after two pro-Palestinian marches are banned. Meanwhile, the death toll rises in Gaza.