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Tensions amid DR Congo's opposition as joint candidate is picked

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MEDIAWATCH

Fans say goodbye to comics king Stan Lee

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THE DEBATE

"Patriotism, not nationalism": Macron takes on Trump's worldview

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France's Viellard family: Hooked on steel

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Music show: Alex Hepburn, Vanessa Paradis and Smashing Pumpkins

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FOCUS

South Sudan's latest attempt at fragile peace

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THE INTERVIEW

IMF, World Bank chiefs call for 'new multilateralism'

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THE INTERVIEW

Uhuru Kenyatta: 'No single country alone can combat terrorism'

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IN THE PRESS

Would you let your boss micro-chip you? Controversial plan aims to 'protect data'

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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 : 2018-01-19

'Boris Johnson wants to build a giant bridge from England to France'

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Fri. 19.01.18: We take a look at how the French press are covering the first anniversary of Donald Trump's anniversary and how, according to Liberation, socialism is gaining traction in the US. We also look at how the British press is discussing Boris Johnson's idea of a land bridge over the English Channel. And we see how old hens are treated in France.

For more on Boris Johnson's idea of a land bridge between the UK and France, Business Insider has a piece.

The India Times reports on the country's latest nuclear test, and the Asia Times has a response.

And for more on Amazon's top 20 shortlist for its second headquarters, The Chicago Tribune has an article and the Atlantic has an opinion piece that warns cities about what could be too sweet a deal.

By Solange MOUGIN

Archives

2018-11-12 In the papers

Would you let your boss micro-chip you? Controversial plan aims to 'protect data'

IN THE PAPERS - Monday, November 12: We look at front-page reactions to Remembrance Day commemorations. Things got political here in Paris, with Emmanuel Macron's thinly veiled...

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2018-11-09 In the papers

Papers 'sickened' by racial profiling at Paris Saint-Germain

IN THE PAPERS - Friday, November 9: It's the German "day of fate" and papers are marking a series of anniversaries, notably 80 years since hundreds of Jews were killed during...

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2018-11-08 In the papers

Soldier reunited with 'puppy of war' he saved in Syria

IN THE PAPERS - Thursday, November 8: We look at reactions to Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi finally being released from prison, a week after she was acquitted of blasphemy....

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2018-11-07 In the papers

Women, diversity win big at US midterms

IN THE PAPERS - Wednesday, November 7: In this special edition, we follow social media reactions and online analysis to the US midterm elections.

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2018-11-06 In the papers

Bello, Ciao: Italy's Matteo Salvini gets dumped on social media

IN THE PAPERS - Tuesday, November 6: We look at the opinion pages around the world as the US midterms begin. Madagascar also elects its next president on Wednesday as water,...

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