INTERNATIONAL PRESS – Tues. 12/11/13: International papers continue to focus on the devastating typhoon in the Philippines. The Filipino press warns that due to global warming, this "nightmare" could happen again. Also, what’s the best way to help? Slate and Buzzfeed provide tips on how to lend a hand to the rescue effort.
FRENCH PAPERS – Tues. 12/11/13: François Hollande has gone from being the "President of Kisses" to the "President of Hisses" after his motorcade was booed following an Armistice Day memorial ceremony on Monday. French papers zoom in on who was heckling him and what this means for the unpopular president.
NTERNATIONAL PAPERS – Mon. 11.11.13: Newspapers from around the world react to Typhoon Haiyan's destruction. From the government's response to tales of tragedy, the Philippines is trying to pick up the pieces in the aftermath.
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS – Fri. 08.11.13: A historic nuclear deal between Iran and the West could be in sight. The Daily Telegraph takes a look at the details of the deal. Also, the World Health Organization fears polio in Syria could spread to Europe, a controversial shooting in Detroit raises questions and the editor of a gun enthusiasts’ magazine in the US is fired for writing a pro-gun control column.
FRENCH PAPERS - Fri. 08.11.13: Business paper La Tribune says the number of businesses cutting jobs is accelerating. Why are there so many redundancy plans? La Tribune says it's a mixture of the crisis and a change in the law that makes it easier to fire people for financial reasons.