Troubles mount for Cameron after Panama Papers admission
Live from the newsroom, France 24's Oliver Farry provides an overview of stories making international newspaper headlines.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is embroiled in difficulties after he admitted holding shares in an offshore company run by his late father. There is further embarrassment for his government with the revelation that Edward Troup, head of the Revenues and Customs department, previously worked for a law firm that advised Cameron Senior's offshore company.
In the United States, the Boston Globe runs a satirical front page showing what life might be like under a Donald Trump presidency. Trump hits back, saying the Globe is "worthless" and "stupid".
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