In The Press
Hate crime charges filed in Chicago Facebook live attack
The Washington Post has an exclusive article about alleged Russian meddling in the US Presidential election. Meanwhile, US papers react to an alleged hate crime coming out of Chicago
Manslaughter conviction of Israeli soldier divides nation
Israeli papers react to the conviction of soldier Elor Azaria, found guilty of manslaughter for fatally shooting a wounded Palestinian.
'Once upon a time, there was a revolution'
Papers react to the death of Fidel Castro. While some papers pay tribute to the former Cuban leader, others are much more critical and call him a dictator.
French papers dissect Macron's presidential bid
Papers focus on former economy minister Emmanuel Macron, who is officially announcing his presidential bid.
'The craziest campaign in US history'
The US presidential election is in the spotlight today. According to left-leaning daily Libération, the final stretch could get ugly.
Central African Republic in crisis as French military operation ends
France's military operation in the Central African Republic has come to an end but leaves behind a legacy tainted by rape allegations.
'Trump declares war on GOP'
According to the Washington Post, Donald Trump has 'declared war' on the Republican Party. Yesterday, in a series of tweets, Trump attacked members of his own party, including House Speaker Paul Ryan.