Chaque lundi, mardi, jeudi et vendredi, La Clé des langues vous propose plusieurs regards sur un évènement marquant ou insolite de l'actualité de la sphère culturelle anglophone. Notre sélection d'articles est issue des grands quotidiens britanniques et américains. Visualisez les premiers paragraphes sur notre site, vous pourrez ensuite consulter l'intégralité de l'article sur le site du journal. La revue de presse est relayée sur notre page Facebook et accompagnée d'une image du jour : abonnez vous!(cliquez sur "j'aime")
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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.
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.
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.