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The Best of the 2018 Cannes Film Festival

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Cannes 2018: and the Palme d’or goes to....

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Cannes 2018: Lebanese film 'Capharnaum' wows critics

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EYE ON AFRICA

Ebola outbreak in DR Congo: vaccinations to start on Sunday

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MEDIAWATCH

The Royal wedding: Pomp & controversy

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ENCORE!

Cannes 2018: John Travolta brings the mob to the red carpet

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Summit or No Summit: North Korea angry over military drill

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DOWN TO EARTH

Could thawing permafrost unleash long-gone deadly viruses?

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FRANCE IN FOCUS

French and noble in 2018: What remains of France's aristocracy?

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TALKING EUROPE

Politicians, activists and researchers debate the issues facing the EU and a 'guest of the week' offers their insight in a long-format interview that gets to the heart of the matter. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

Latest update : 2010-04-02

José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission

José Manuel Barroso breaks an old taboo and tells Christophe Robeet (France 24) and Pierre Benazet (RFI) why turning to the IMF to help Greece would not be a humiliation for the EU. But the head of the European executive says he still hopes a European solution is possible.

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2018-05-12 European Union

Guillaume Klossa on Europe's European Week

This has been a particularly European week for Europe. Wednesday marked the 68th anniversary of the very first moves towards a united Europe by Robert Schuman. On Thursday,...

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2018-05-12 referendum

Abortion laws: Time to liberalise? Irish referendum sparks debate around Europe

On May 25, Irish citizens will vote in a highly emotional referendum - one that could liberalise the right to abortion by repealing the Irish constitution's eighth amendment....

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2018-05-05 European Parliament

On a mission to 'Make Social Democracy Great Again': Top MEP Udo Bullmann

It's a tumultuous time for social democracy in Europe. In France, Germany and Italy, the traditional centre-left parties have been struggling in national elections, as populist...

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2018-05-05 France

Talkin' about a revolution: France mulls legacy of May 68 protests

This week we're talkin’ about a revolution... or was it? Fifty years on from the protests, strikes and nationwide unrest that shook France in May 1968, we're considering the...

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2018-04-28 agriculture

Farming in Europe: Old MacDonald goes high-tech (part 1)

Forget tractors and combine-harvesters: drones, hackers, and gene-editing are increasingly joining the farmer's toolkit in 2018. Our team has travelled around Europe to see how...

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