Six years after Egypt's revolution, protesters' demands are a distant memory
Six years ago, the Egyptian capital Cairo was the scene of huge demonstrations as a massive protest movement erupted. At the time, Egyptians were calling for strongman Hosni Mubarak to step down after nearly 30 years.
Moving US embassy to Jerusalem would be 'a terrible mistake'
Our guest is Daniel Kurtzer, a former US ambassador to Egypt and Israel. He believes US President-elect Donald Trump's choice of David Friedman to be US ambassador to Israel is a serious mistake and is calling on Trump to withdraw the nomination.
British spy allegedly linked to Trump dossier 'in hiding'
Britain papers focus on the former spy whose name has been linked to the explosive dossier on alleged links between Donald Trump and Russia.
Trump Press Conference: How many more bombshells can the US handle?
The French papers react to Donald Trump's 'true to style' press conference. The French left prepares for its first debate ahead of primaries, but are candidates more interested in settling scores than running for president?
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.
Cameroon's English-speaking minority angry over perceived domination of French language
High tensions, demonstrations, deadly clashes with riot police - all because of language. It's happening in the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon.
10th edition of the International Festival of African Fashion in Niger
Known as the 'Magician of the desert', Nigerien fashion designer Alphadi is about to open the 10th edition of his International Festival for Fashion in Africa, or FIMA, in Agadez.