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US Supreme Court: Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation in turmoil

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EYE ON AFRICA

Amnesty International says at least 58 killed in Addis Ababa violence

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FOCUS

Austria restricts immigration and hampers integration

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PERSPECTIVE

Historian Joan Scott: 'Hardline secularism is as bad as hardline Islam'

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PEOPLE & PROFIT

Shaking up the workplace: How employers face the challenge of automation

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FOCUS

Even in Kenya, exiled Burundians fear for their lives

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BUSINESS DAILY

Alibaba founder rolls back on pledge to create 1m US jobs

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IN THE PRESS

Controversial or creative? Chef gets lobsters high before boiling them so they don't suffer

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THE DEBATE

Breakthrough in Pyongyang? Kim promises to visit Seoul, dismantle nuclear sites

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IN THE PRESS

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 : 2016-04-26

'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 Bangladesh, papers react to the assassination of a gay rights activist and in the UK, Home Secretary Theresa May has come under fire for saying that Britain should leave the European Convention on Human Rights.

By Florence VILLEMINOT

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2018-09-20 In the papers

Controversial or creative? Chef gets lobsters high before boiling them so they don't suffer

IN THE PAPERS - Thursday, Sept. 20: Pakistan's PM Imran Khan heads to Saudi Arabia and the Emirates for his first official visit. Also, has China's most famous actress Fan...

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2018-09-19 In the papers

Stormy Daniels's X-rated book attacks Trump's presidency - and manhood

IN THE PAPERS - Wednesday, September 19: The UN's latest report gives horrific details of the rape, torture and murder of Rohingya people by the Myanmar military. When will they...

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2018-09-18 In the papers

Should supermodels' catwalk strut be protected by copyright?

IN THE PAPERS - Tuesday, September 18: We look at reactions from the papers as the two Korean leaders meet for a summit aimed at avoiding "clashes and nukes". Also, the papers in...

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2018-09-17 In the papers

Berta Cáceres murder trial: Was Honduran govt involved in environmentalist's death?

IN THE PAPERS - Monday, September 17: We look ahead to a crucial meeting between Turkey and Russia to discuss the looming battle in Syria's last rebel-held province of Idlib....

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2018-09-14 In the papers

'Can you imagine de Gaulle selling mugs?' Elysée palace launches pop-up store

IN THE PAPERS - Friday, September 14: As Hurricane Florence swirls into the Southeast US, Donald Trump kicks up a storm of a different kind by denying the death toll from last...

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