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Latest update : 2013-03-01

'Buona Notte' - former Pope gets some rest at last

The Algerian press reports Al Qaeda commander Abou Zeid may have been killed in northern Mali and DNA testing is required to verify. Le Monde reported the commander was dead though French authorities - on Friday morning Paris time - were saying 'no comment'. We look, too, at coverage of the Pope's last day in office and how the Chinese press sees the latest Italian political turmoil.

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The Algerian papers El Khabar and Echourouk report Al Qaeda commander Abou Zeid may have been killed in northern Mali by French forces. 
 
 
The Italian paper Il Tempo reports on Benedict the XIV's last speech as Pope. He is now in retreat in Castel Gandolfo, south of Rome.
 
The Philippine Daily Inquirer leads with a photo of the Pope Emeritus shaking hands with a Filipino cardinal considered a contender to replace him. 
 
Italy's left-wing leader Pier Luigi Bersani tells La Repubblica that there will be no grand coalition with Berlusconi.
 

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2015-09-04 migrants

Libération: 'Why we didn't publish Aylan's photo earlier'

FRENCH PAPERS - Fri. 04.09.15: French papers continue to focus on the shocking photo of a young Syrian boy who drowned while he and his family were trying to cross into Europe...

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2015-09-03 photography

Could this photo mark a turning point in the European migrant crisis?

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Thurs. 04.09.15: Papers across the world react to the shocking photo of a young Syrian boy who drowned while he and his family were trying to cross into...

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2015-09-04 migrants

Aylan Kurdi: a tragic symbol of the migrant crisis

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2015-09-02 finance

'Enough with dirty Paris!'

FRENCH PAPERS - Weds.02.09.15: Papers are focusing on Michel Combes, the former boss of telecom equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent and his €14 million “golden parachute”. Executive...

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2015-08-31 Japan

Grassroots and new faces in Japan's protests

INTERNATIONAL PRESS - Mon. 31.08.15: The Japanese press examines what may be the largest demonstration in the country since World War II. Meanwhile, the i newspaper looks at how...

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