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What the papers said 21st September 2018

More on the battle of Brexit; a debate on who can and should be parents; and World Alzheimer Day. Centrist daily Le Monde once again gives the honours to Brexit, with a main story announcing that the mainland Europeans have reached the moment of truth,…

rfi English, Sep 21

Europe

What the papers said 20th September 2018

The judicial fate of former president Nicolas Srakozy will be, at least partially, decided later today; and the informal European Union summit continues in Austria, with little evidence of unity. French former president Nicolas Sarkozy is smiling on…

rfi English, Sep 20

Europe

Renoir work stolen by Nazis returned to…

The French grandchild of a Jewish art collector has had a Renoir painting returned…

The Connexion, Sep 19

Europe

Petition to repeal the 15 year voting rule…

Hundreds of thousands of British citizens living and working abroad are disenfranchised,…

LanguedocLiving, Sep 16

Europe

What the papers said 13th September 2018

A climate conference in San Francisco hears that local leaders can do more than…

rfi English, Sep 13

Europe

What the papers said 10th September 2018

The political deadlock likely to emerge from Sweden's parliamentary elections and…

rfi English, Sep 10


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