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Guess who's back, back again... François Hollande

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Angry Moroccans protest sexual harassment of women

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The battle over posted workers: Macron on tour to convince EU leaders

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Israeli-Palestinian conflict: A US summer camp brings two sides together

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Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week’s international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2010-05-04

UK election: Brown on the Ropes? (part 2)

In this edition of The World This Week: with now less than a week to go before one of the most closely fought general elections in UK history, our panel discusses whether it's game over for PM Gordon Brown after his gaffe on Wednesday. But also: after the Greek debt crisis, Spain and Portugal are hit by the "domino effect"; a massive oil slick threatens the US Gulf Coast; and France's Nicolas Sarkozy mends ties with China.

A debate with François Picard and guests:

● Alison Smale, Executive Editor, International Herald Tribune
● Philip Turle, journalist, Radio France International (RFI)
● Judah Grunstein, Managing Editor, World Politics Review
● Anne-Elisabeth Moutet, Columnist, Sunday Telegraph
 

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2017-08-11 North Korea

The ever-escalating US-North Korea row; Kenya elections

Our panel of international journalists look at ever-escalating row between Washington and Pyongyang over North Korea's missile testing and nuclear ambition. We also turn to Kenya...

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2017-08-05 Venezuela

Venezuela crisis deepens as opposition plans new protest

In The world this week, we discuss Venezuela crisis with our two guests. On Friday, leaders of the opposition urged citizens to fill the streets of Caracas to reject the Assembly...

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2017-08-04 Venezuela

Venezuela's controversial assembly convenes; Grand Jury used for Trump Russia probe

We look at Caracas, where a controversial assembly of 545 delegates convened for the first time on Friday. Charged with rewriting the constitution, the all-powerful group will...

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2017-07-28 Donald Trump

Jerusalem tensions: What does it mean for the region?

Our panel of journalists look at what ongoing tensions in Jerusalem mean for the region; French President Emmanuel Macron's diplomatic coup after getting two rival leaders in...

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2017-07-22 Emmanuel Macron

Head of French armed forces quits; Six months of President Trump

Our panel of journalists look at French President Emmanuel Macron's visit to the Tour de France but also the resignation of France’s top general; the showdown in Poland over...

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