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Why was Hollywood so quick to shun Harvey Weinstein and not others?

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'Squeal on your pig': French women share sexual assault experiences on Twitter

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IN THE PAPERS

An overview of the stories making the French and international newspaper headlines. From Monday to Friday live at 7.20 am and 9.20 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2013-01-18

Algeria: 'The slaughter of the good and the bad was utterly predictable'

The Independent's Robert Fisk says Algeria has a long history of being as brutal with its captives as its captors. He argues that bloodshed at the hostage seizure at the gas plant in eastern Algeria was "utterly predictable". The Algerian press, meanwhile, focuses on the survival of 600 Algerian workers. One paper describes the assault as "audacious". And, after Oprah, Lance Armstrong is panned as a "cheat and a bully".

The Independent: The slaughter of the good and bad was utterly predictable

El Chorouk: reports that 600 Algerian workers were rescued

Midi Libre: AQIM has kidnapped 100 Western hostages since 2003

Liberté Algérie: Le Sud Algérien est trés riche - pétrole, gaz; otages

Huffington Post: A Cheat and A Bully

USA Today: Lance Armstrong to Oprah - story was 'one big lie'

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2017-10-16 Harvey Weinstein

Why was Hollywood so quick to shun Harvey Weinstein and not others?

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2017-10-16 France

'Squeal on your pig': French women share sexual assault experiences on Twitter

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2017-10-13 nuclear Iran

Trump and the Iran nuclear deal

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Fri. 13.10.17: US President Donald Trump is expected to withdraw backing from the Iran nuclear deal, prompting mixed reactions in the regional press....

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2017-10-13 Paris

Is a 'post-car' Paris realistic?

FRENCH PAPERS - Fri. 13.10.17: Yesterday, the Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo outlined her plans to crack down on pollution in the city: she wants to ban all petrol cars by 2030! But...

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2017-10-12 sexual assault

Girl Scouts vs. Boy Scouts: Group's decision to allow girls sparks turf war

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Thurs. 10.12.17: French actress Léa Seydoux adds her name to the list of women sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein, telling her story in The Guardian....

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