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Le Canard enchaîné

Le Canard enchaîné Le Canard enchaîné is a satirical newspaper published weekly in France, founded in 1915, featuring investigative journalism and leaks from sources inside the French government, the French political world and the French business world, as well as a large number of jokes and humorous cartoons. It has a circulation of 446,000.

Website: Le Canard enchaîné

Courrier International

Courrier International Courrier International is a French-based weekly newspaper. It translates excerpts of articles from hundreds of international newpapers, covering general news of France. This newspaper is owned by Courrier International SA.

Website: Courrier International

La Croix

La Croix La Croix is a French, Roman Catholic, daily newspaper. It is published in Paris and distributed throughout the country, with a circulation of just under 100,000. It is neither explicitly liberal or conservative on major political issues, but follows the Church's position. However, La Croix ought not be confused with a religious newspaper its topics are of general interest: world news, the economy, religion and spirituality, parenting, culture and science. The paper was founded in 1880 and is owned by Bayard Presse.

Website: La Croix

Le Figaro

Le Figaro Le Figaro (English: The Barber) is one of the leading French morning daily newspapers. Its editorial line is conservative and has generally been supportive of the Rally for the Republic political party and its successor, the Union for a Popular Movement. Its circulation was 342,445 in 2005 (365,682 in 2002).

Website: Le Figaro

Le Monde

Le Monde Le Monde (English: The World) is a French daily evening newspaper with a circulation in 2004 of 371,803. It is considered the French newspaper of record, and is generally well respected, often the only French newspaper easily obtainable in non-Francophone countries. The newspaper should not be confused with the monthly publication Le Monde diplomatique, of which Le Monde has 51% ownership, but which is editorially independent.

Website: Le Monde

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