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Today's key story:
1 September 2015 - Remembering Wes Craven


La revue de presse, archives 2014

31 August 2015 - Jeremy Corbyn's rise in the Labour leadership contest
28 August 2015 - 9/11 "Dust Lady" dies aged 42
27 August 2015 - Two journalists killed in Virginia
25 August 2015 - The Edinburgh Festival
13 July 2015 - Harper Lee's "Go Set A Watchman"
30 June 2015 - Minute of silence in honour of Tunisia victims
29 June 2015 - Supreme Court gay-marriage ruling
26 June 2015 - Patrick Macnee dies aged 93
25 June 2015 - EU referendum: Cameron's demands
23 June 2015 - French students unable to 'cope'
22 June 2015 - Confederate flag debate after Charleston
19 June 2015 -  Boris Johnson tells cab driver to f*** off and die
18 June 2015 -  9 dead in shooting at Charleston church
16 June 2015 -  Not quite black NAACP leader resigns
15 June 2015 -  Philae wakes up
12 June 2015 -  Christopher Lee dies at 93
11 June 2015 -  First person jailed under forced marriage laws
9 June 2015 -  Wales to introduce e-cigarette ban
8 June 2015 - New York prison break
5 June 2015 - Jeb Bush will run for president
4 June 2015 - Tony Blair has new role tackling antisemitism
2 June 2015 - US airport security to be reformed
29 May 2015 - Outrage over new BBC reality show
28 May 2015 - Queen's speech
26 May 2015 - U.S. military jets escort airliner to JFK
22 May 2015 - McDonald workers on strike
21 May 2015 - David Cameron on EU referendum
19 May 2015 - Britain is in deflation for the first time since 1960
18 May 2015 - Texas shootout among rival biker gangs
15 May 2015 - SNP asks for new independence referendum
12 May 2015 - Tornadoes in Arkansas and Texas
11 May 2015 - Reactions to conservative win
7 May 2015 - Britain goes to the polls
5 May 2015 - Royal baby's name revealed
4 May 2015 - Royal baby: all you want to know
28 April 2015 - Chaos in Baltimore
27 April 2015 - Amy Winehouse documentary is 'misleading'
10 April 2015 - Video of Walter Scott shooting released
3 April 2015 - Two NYC women arrested over terror plot
2 April 2015 - Major blaze in central London
31 March 2015 - US student loans revolt
30 March 2015 - Cameron kicks off election campaign
27 March 2015 - Prince Charles's letters to be published
26 March 2015 - Germanwings plane crash
24 March 2015 - Utah to resume firing squad executions
23 March 2015 - Richard III to be buried again
20 March 2015 - FBI probes hanging death of black man in Mississippi
19 March 2015 - Britain's DNA reveals German ancestry
17 March 2015 - St Patrick's Day around the world
16 March 2015 - Cameron and EU treaties
13 March 2015 - Terry Pratchett dies aged 66
12 March 2015 - Police officers shot during Ferguson protest
10 March 2015 - Apple watch on its way
9 March 2015 - Cameron promises 500 more free schools
6 March 2015 - Gender pay gap will take 70 years to close
5 March 2015 - U.S. ambassador slashed with knife in South Korea
2 March 2015 - LAPD officers shoot dead homeless man
27 February 2015 - Terrorist ‘Jihadi John’ is a Londoner
26 February 2015 - UK workers on zero-hours contracts
24 February 2015 - Homeland Security shutdown
23 February 2015 -  Oscars 2015
6 February 2015 -  Obama condemns 'horrific acts' in the name of religion
5 February 2015 - Facebook to push UK general election vote on users
3 February 2015 - Obama's budget plan revealed
2 February 2015 - Magna Carta 800th anniversary
30 January 2015 - UK school performances
29 January 2015 - New England snow storm
27 January 2015 - First female Church of England bishop
26 January 2015 - President Obama in India
23 January 2015 - Three in ten Brits happy with their lives
22 January 2015 - Obama's State of the Union speech
20 January 2015 - No more topless page 3 in The Sun
19 January 2015 - UK shale gas disappointment
16 January 2015 - One million missing voters in Britain
15 January 2015 - Al Murray to stand against UKIP in general election
13 January 2015 - Charlie Hebdo international release
12 January 2015 - Golden Globes
9 January 2015 - Reactions to Paris attack
8 January 2015 - Paris terror attack follow up
7/8 January 2015 - Paris terror attack
6 January 2015 - Republicans take control of Congress
5 January 2015 - General Election campaign has begun

Today's Front Pages


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You might also be interested in the Newseum's archives.

News from around the world

Ireland

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.

Australia

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.

Canada

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.

India

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 1 septembre 2015
Créé le 18 octobre 2006
ISSN 2107-7029
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