Migrants in the Channel: “human cost”, “pure electoral calculations” …, the British press divided after the tragedy

The death, on November 24, of twenty-seven migrants trying to reach the United Kingdom triggered a diplomatic crisis between London and Paris, mutually blaming each other for the tragedy and the situation of migrants in Calais. RAFAEL YAGHOBZADEH / AP The tragic accident, which claimed the lives of twenty-seven migrants on Wednesday 24 November when … Read more

“What a nightmare!”, “Hanging on a thread”, “Unrecognizable”: the Italian press holds its breath after the dismissal of the Squadra Azzurra in dams

Against Northern Ireland, Squadra Azzurra had to win to secure their qualification for the World Cup in Qatar in a year. But the Italians, lacking inspiration against the Northern Irish, could not do better than a 0-0 draw. Combined with the victory of Switzerland against Bulgaria (4-0), this disappointing result sent the Transalpines back to … Read more

The 2021 Albert-Londres prize for the written press goes to Caroline Hayek, journalist at “L’Orient-Le Jour”

It is in the heart of the large auditorium of the François-Mitterrand library, in Paris, in the presence of the Minister of Culture, Roselyne Bachelot, that Caroline Hayek became the 83rd holder of the Albert-Londres Prize, Monday 15 November in the early evening. The jury rewarded this Franco-Lebanese journalist for her finely composed reports on … Read more

“No style”, “the nightmare Kimpembe”, “Mbappé in Moon Boots”: the PSG has again disappointed the French press

A new disillusionment. This Wednesday, the PSG players still disappointed. If the result is not catastrophic and the Ile-de-France residents are (almost) sure to be in the round of 16, it is the bottom line that is worrying. In its edition of the day, the newspaper L’Equipe pointed out the beginning of the catastrophic meeting … Read more