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France 24 Turns Ten: How to cover a changing world (part 2)

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Jean-Michel Jarre: Breathing new life into 'Oxygène'

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Park's presidency hanging by thin thread

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Ukraine’s ex-prime minister: ‘Ukraine protects EU borders’

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Karoshi crisis: The Japanese employees who work themselves to death

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US President-elect Donald Trump sparks controversy with his 'improvised diplomacy'

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Can Valls 'reconcile' the divided left?

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Government forces close to recapturing Libyan IS group stronghold of Sirte

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Political and social events from the Middle East, with exclusive reports and interviews. Tuesday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2010-01-12

Can Dubai live up to its skyscrapers?

In this week's edition: Now that Dubai has inaugurated the world's tallest tower... what are the chances of filling all those other empty buildings in town? Also, we visit one Gaza family that's rooting for the liberation of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, because it could mean the return of one of its own members.

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2016-11-29 Iraq

Discovering the new wave of Egyptian musical talent

This week, we introduce you to the new wave of Egyptian musical talent. A type of music called Mahraganat has surged onto Egypt's underground scene in recent years. It has become...

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2016-11-22 Syria

War in Syria: Photojournalism at any cost

This week, with foreign journalists no longer covering the siege of Aleppo for security reasons, ordinary Syrians are risking their lives to document the war with their own...

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2016-11-15 Iraq

Battle for Mosul: Iraqi army tries to win over locals

This week, we see how defeating the Islamic State group is only half the battle. Our special correspondents report on how the Iraqi army is trying to regain the trust of the...

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2016-11-08 Yemen

War in Yemen: Saada, a city in ruins

This week, we take you to Yemen, where more than 7,000 people have been killed and another 21 million are in urgent need of health assistance. We focus on Saada, a city reduced...

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2016-11-01 Jerusalem

Battle for Mosul: IS group jihadists use civilians as human shields

This week, Iraqi civilians recount their terrifying experiences at the hands of the Islamic State group, this as Iraqi and Kurdish forces close in on Mosul. We also introduce you...

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