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Did the left-wing inflate turnout figures in round one of the primary?

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ACROSS AFRICA

Dozens killed in attack on military camp in Mali

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THE DEBATE

Splintered left: French Socialists divided ahead of primary run-off (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

Splintered left: Are Europe's Social Democrats obsolete? (part 2)

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EYE ON AFRICA

Gambia: New president says Jammeh has agreed to cede power

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ACROSS AFRICA

France finally grants Senegalese vets citizenship

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THE OBSERVERS

Pollution threatens island paradise of Mauritius, and one Cameroonian expat's quest to bring safe drinking water to his country

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THE INTERVIEW

Publicis boss encourages firms to move staff to Paris post-Brexit

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THE INTERVIEW

'Fake news has had almost no impact on Wikipedia'

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Controversy in right-to-die case spreads on Italian web

Latest update : 2009-02-05

Italy's top court ruled last year that Eluana Englaro, 38, in a vegetative state since a 1992 car crash, be allowed to die. But the decision was contested by politicians and prelates and split public opinion. The controversy goes online.

Date created : 2009-02-05

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