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12 Apr
We look at the major takeaways from the first round of the French presidential election, which saw Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen qualify for the run-off on April 24. The French press focuses on the rise of far-right and far-left candidates as well as the decline of centrist parties. Meanwhile, international papers report on how a win for either Macron or Le Pen would affect European support for Kyiv amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has imposed limits on cash withdrawals from automatic teller machines (ATMs) by individuals and corporate entities in a bid to boost digital payments. Guardian TV takes a look at Five things you need to know about the CBN's new cash policy.
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Delegates at a global summit on international trade in endangered species have voted to protect more than 50 shark species threatened with extinction – because of overfishing.
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The Ukraine war has eaten up the Bundewehr's munitions stockpile, sparking concern among politicians and the military. Meanwhile, inflation is eating away at the €100 billion in extra military spending pledged by Berlin.
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A 'hunt' for Haitian migrants in the Dominican Republic, and the Indian state that's crazy for football
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The lives of a Kenyan pastoralist community are being transformed with proceeds from carbon credits. The community in Samburu county is earning a fortune from wealthy polluters through climate-smart practices in pasture management.
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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has spoken about the Russian invasion in the Bundestag, saying the decision to allow the delivery of weapons to Ukraine was the only "response possible to Putin's aggression."