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MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

Latest update : 2010-01-04

Universities, the heart of Iranian opposition

FRANCE 24's Alain Chabod was one of the few journalists to be allowed into Iran just days before the latest clashes between opposition protesters, police forces and Islamic militas. He brings brings us this special report from a nation on the brink of civil war.

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2016-07-20 Turkey

Why the coup failed in Turkey

This week, we take a closer look at why the Turkish army failed to overthrow the government. Also, ten years after Israel attacked Lebanon, we meet the locals who are still...

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2016-07-12 Iraq

Iraq: The forgotten victims of the Baghdad bombing

This week, in the wake of the huge deadly attack in the Karrada district of Baghdad, we look at efforts to pay homage to the victims. Also, there’s outrage after Israel passes a...

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2016-07-05 Iraq

Iraq: Despite setbacks, IS group intensifies terror attacks

This week, we focus on a bloody end to Ramadan in Iraq: hundreds are killed as the Islamic State group unleashes more terror in Baghdad. Also, Israel announces plans to build...

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2016-06-28 Syria

Child refugees: Inside Turkey's hidden sweatshops

This week, we meet Syrian children in Turkey who are forced to work in sweatshops instead of being at school in yet another tragic consequence of the Syrian conflict. Also,...

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2016-06-21 Jordan

Iraq: Falluja's humanitarian crisis

This week, Falluja's inhabitants flee one hell only to arrive in another - we look at this latest humanitarian crisis. Meanwhile, in Paris, restaurants across the capital open up...

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