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Climate change agreements: The US blows cold, what will the EU do?

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NATO chief Stoltenberg: US is 'strongly committed to NATO'

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Organic farming in France: Green is the new black

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Nigeria: Suicide bombers die in failed attack with suspected Boko Haram links

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Are some of the right-wing media becoming hostile to Trump?

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The World According to Trump (part 1)

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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 : 2010-05-28

Stamping out corruption

78% of Europeans believe corruption is a major problem in their country (Euro barometer survey). As EU governments vow to cut their soaring deficits, cracking down on bribes and kickbacks has become a top priority. Our guests discuss what member states can do to deal with the issue.

  • Cristina Gutiérrez-Cortines, Spanish MEP, European People's Party
  • Astrid Lulling, Luxembourgish MEP, European People's Party
  • Presented by Christophe Robeet
  • Prepared by Soumaya Benaïssa

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2017-02-18 climate change

Climate change agreements: The US blows cold, what will the EU do?

US President Donald Trump has dismissed climate change as a myth and openly champions fossil fuels. In his first five days in office he signed executive orders to move forward...

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2017-02-11 Europe

Europol chief calls for more online powers for police

Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol, sat down with FRANCE 24 in The Hague. He says that unfortunately there will "probably" be further terrorist attacks in Europe. He points out...

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2017-02-11 Turkey

'The EU has not kept its promises to Turkey'

We meet Turkey's Minister for EU Affairs and Chief Negotiator, Omer Celik. He tells us that the EU-Turkey deal on refugees is over, but when pressed says that for now Turkey...

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2017-02-04 France

Former French FM Villepin: 'We should try to find common ground with Russia'

Dominique de Villepin became famous as French foreign minister for refusing to support the US-led war in Iraq in 2003. He gives us his point of view on how Europe should deal...

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2017-02-04 European Union

Germany: Merkel challenged by populists?

Former European Parliament chief Martin Schulz, now appointed as the Social Democrats' candidate, is challenging Angela Merkel in general elections set for September. Merkel, who...

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