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Today's key story:
24 November 2015 - David Cameron visits Paris to discuss ISIS

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23 November 2015 - UK Spending Review 2015
20 November 2015 - US presidential candidates detail their plans against ISIS
19 November 2015 - Anonymous launches cyberattacks against ISIS
17 November 2015 - After Paris attacks, CIA Head reignites surveillance debate
16 November 2015 - Paris Attacks
13 November 2015 - Narendra Modi visits the UK
12 November 2015 - Ex-soldier arrested over Bloody Sunday shootings
10 November 2015 - Jeb Bush's campaign reboot
9 November 2015 - Remembrance Day
6 November 2015 - Million Mask March in London
5 November 2015 - Social media star deletes Instagram account
3 November 2015 - Syria airstrike vote
2 November 2015 - Shaker Aamer's release from Guantanamo Bay
23 October 2015 - Hillary Rodham Clinton at the Benghazi Hearing
22 October 2015 - Joe Biden won't be running for President
20 October 2015 - Justin Trudeau leads Liberals to majority government in Canada
19 October 2015 - Junior doctors protest against new contracts
16 October 2015 - Bridge of Spies: Spielberg's take on the Cold War
15 October 2015 - First Democratic Debate
13 October 2015 - Playboy to stop publishing photos of naked women
12 October 2015 - Pro-EU Campaign to start in the UK
09 October 2015 - House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy drops out of race for House speaker
08 October 2015 - Walthamstow street shut after mass brawl involving 200 people
06 October 2015 - English shoppers to pay 5p plastic bag charge
05 October 2015 - Historic flooding in South Carolina
02 October 2015 - Oregon shooting at Umpqua College kills 10
01 October 2015 - Labour Party conference in Brighton
29 September 2015 - Trevor Noah takes over as Daily Show host
28 September 2015 - Anti-gentrification protesters target cereal cafe in London
25 September 2015 - Scottish independence debate
24 September 2015 - Pope Francis' visit to the USA
22 September 2015 - David Cameron's "piggate"
21 September 2015 - Emmy Awards
18 September 2015 - Historian finds the oldest occurrence of the F-word
17 September 2015 - Second Republican Debate: Carly Fiorina dominates
15 September 2015 - Australian PM Tony Abbott ousted by Malcolm Turnbull
14 September 2015 - Jeremy Corbyn becomes Labour leader
11 September 2015 - The second Republican debate
10 September 2015 - Queen Elizabeth II becomes longest reigning British monarch
8 September 2015 - Stormont crisis after IRA murder claims
7 September 2015 - Kentucky clerk refuses to issue same-sex marriage licenses
4 September 2015 - David Cameron on the refugee crisis
3 September 2015 - Benedict Cumberbatch's Hamlet at the Barbican
1 September 2015 - Remembering Wes Craven

Today's Front Pages

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News from around the world


The Irish Times: A socially liberal and rather left wing newspaper. Founded in 1859, it is one of the major Irish daily information media and offers an excellent online edition.
The Irish Independent: Founded in 1905, it is Ireland's best-selling daily newspaper. Its website offers regular updates on both Irish and world news.

South Africa

The Mail and Guardian: A major investigative newspaper founded in 1985. Although it is a weekly paper, its online version offers daily updates on South African and world news.


The Daily Telegraph: Founded in 1879 and named after the British upmarket daily newspaper, it  is rather conservative and offers a variety of sections ranging from politics to 'wacky' news.
The Australian: Less populist than the telegraph, this newspaper provides its readers with news from all over South-East Asia. It was founded in 1964 and is based in Sydney.

New Zealand

The New Zealand Herald: Founded in 1863, it is the country's best-selling paper and offers an excellent website with regular news updates.


The Toronto Star: Canada's largest daily newspaper, with a left of centre vantage point. It was founded in 1892.
The Globe and Mail: A result of the 1936 merger between The Globe and The Mail and Empire, it is a widely read conservative newspaper.


The Indian Express: Started in 1931, it is one of India's most prominent daily newspapers. It is renowned for its investigative reports and offers a fine website.

On the lighter side

The Daily Mirror: Launched in 1903, the Mirror was intended as a newspaper for women, run by women. It now belongs to the buoyant and colorful British gutter press.
The Sun: Founded in 1964 and sold in the UK and Ireland, it is the pendent of the Mirror on the waiting room table of any good British GP.
People: An American weekly magazine of celebrity and human-interest stories founded in 1974.
Mise à jour le 24 novembre 2015
Créé le 18 octobre 2006
ISSN 2107-7029
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