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Soft on smacking? France slammed for not banning corporal punishment (part 1)

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MEDIAWATCH

To smack or not to smack?

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DEBATE

Soft on Smacking? France slammed for not banning corporal punishment (part 2)

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FOCUS

French Muslims refuse to be scapegoats for extremists

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IN THE PAPERS

'Obama needs to provide real answers to Netanyahu's arguments'

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IN THE PAPERS

Hollande: 'We have to tear voters away from the National Front'

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FACE-OFF

French local elections: Far-right National Front in pole position

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ENCORE!

Film Show: 'Citizen Four', 'The Circle' and 'Wolf Totem'

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EYE ON AFRICA

Tangerine Dream: Afropolitan star Yemi Alade chats to FRANCE 24

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Latest update 08/05/2010

Europe's Greek tragedy

In October 2009, Greece’s public debt reached a terrifying 12.7 percent of GDP, kicking off a crisis in European markets that threatened the currency block's economic stability. After several months of hesitation, eurozone nations agreed in May to an aid package for Greece worth some €110 billion - but the austerity measures called for by the plan are brutal. For the latest reports, interviews and analysis on the Greek financial tragedy, log on to FRANCE24.com.

Background
'Spain’s situation is very different to Greece’s'

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French lawmakers approve Greece rescue package

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EU approves 110-billion-euro bailout package

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EU's Barroso confident that bailout will allow Athens debt crisis to be contained

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World leaders fear contagion of debt crisis

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France is 'fully determined' to help Greece

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