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Business leaders drop out of Saudi conference over Khashoggi disappearance

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France's Macron calls disappearance of Saudi journalist 'very serious'

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Dozens killed in eastern Uganda mudslides

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Royal wedding fatigue?

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THE INTERVIEW

Rwanda’s Kagame: Macron has brought ‘freshness’ to world politics

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

The backlash over Khashoggi: Pressure mounts over disappearance of Saudi journalist

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YOU ARE HERE

The Piton de la Fournaise volcano: Sparks fly on France’s Reunion Island

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FRANCE IN FOCUS

Animal welfare: France at the bottom of the class

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An AI version of yourself to help you think

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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 : 2017-11-30

Should we let Kim Jong-Un have his bomb?

FRENCH PAPERS - Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017: Now that North Korea has "forced its way into the nuclear club" with its latest missile test, papers wonder if it’s time to accept the country as the "responsible nuclear power" it claims to be. Meanwhile, French President Emmanuel Macron steps up measures for security and migrants in Libya. And the French government accuses a teacher's union of reverse racism. Finally, there is evidence that the abominable snowman is actually an abominable snow bear.

By Alison SARGENT

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2018-10-12 In the papers

'Mbappésque': The Life and TIME of Kylian Mbappé

IN THE PAPERS - Friday, October 12 2018: In the past year, French football star Kylian Mbappé has become a world-renowned star. The 19-year-old is not only gracing the cover of...

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2018-10-11 In the papers

World of wine tasting uncorked by cheating scandal

IN THE PAPERS - Thursday, October 11: Germany's state of Bavaria gears up for an election this weekend that could impact Angela Merkel's chancellorship. The French-speaking...

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2018-10-10 In the papers

#MeToo: A year later, movement finally reaches India, engulfs high-profile men

IN THE PAPERS - Wednesday, October 10: It's World Mental Health Day and British PM Theresa May has appointed the world's first ever minister dedicated to suicide prevention....

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2018-10-09 In the papers

Why we did it: Three academics explain goal of year-long hoax on profession

IN THE PAPERS - Tuesday, October 9: We look at reactions after far-right leaders Marine Le Pen and Italy's Matteo Salvini meet to build their eurosceptic alliance ahead of EU...

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2018-10-08 In the papers

What happened? Turkey wants answers over alleged death of Saudi journalist

IN THE PAPERS - Monday, Oct. 8: The Turkish press demand answers after the alleged death of a Saudi journalist at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Bulgaria is rocked by the...

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