Eye on Africa
Cameroon's president heads to NigeriaIn tonight's edition: Cameroon's president visits Nigeria; tough times for Somalia's journalists; and the grand opening of Dak'Art 2016.
North Korea sentences US man to 10 years hard labourNorth Korea on Friday sentenced an ethnic Korean citizen of the United States to 10 years in prison.
IN THE WORLD PAPERS
'What has the European Court of Human Rights done for us?'INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Tues. 26.04.16: Papers across the world focus on the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster and the future of nuclear energy. Also, in…
Norway's Breivik wins case over ‘inhuman’ treatmentNorwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik on Wednesday won his lawsuit against the state over his "inhuman" solitary confinement in prison.
IN THE FRENCH PAPERS
François Hollande: ‘Monsieur le 10%’FRENCH PAPERS – Mon. 18.04.16: Is François Hollande re-electable? That’s the question Le Figaro is asking. And results of a poll commissioned by the paper aren’t looking too…
Former North Korean refugee in China: 'My mother was sold for 65 dollars'Yeonmi Park wrote her autobiography at the age of 21. She grew up in Hyesan, a North Korean town on the border with China. A river separated the two countries - but it might as…
Executions at 25-year high, says AmnestyThere were more executions worldwide in 2015 than in any year since 1990 and almost 90 percent occurred in three countries - Iran, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, human rights…
Migrants 'forced labour’ at Qatar World Cup venueMigrant laborers faced abuse that in some cases amounted to forced labor while working on a stadium that will host soccer matches for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, a new report…
EU-Turkey relations: Exchanging people for partnerships?Twice in as many weeks, EU leaders sat down with Turkey's Prime Minister to try to find a deal to exchange people for partnerships. The result was a "one in, one out" plan on…
EU, Cuba sign historic deal to normalise relationsThe European Union and Cuba signed a deal Friday to normalize relations, including an agreement on the delicate issue of human rights -- a breakthrough just ahead of US President…
Five years after Mubarak's fall: The costs of taking a stand in Sisi's EgyptFRANCE 24 interviews two Egyptian political or human rights activists on the fifth anniversary of the fall of former president Hosni Mubarak.
Missing booksellers 'under investigation' in ChinaChinese police have said for the first time that they are holding three Hong Kong booksellers who went missing on the mainland last year.
IN THE FRENCH PAPERS