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FRANCE 24 EXCLUSIVE: The lives of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb fighters

Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb is increasing its influence in the Southern Sahara and estimates now put their number at 400. When one of their fighters defected, a videotape was found on his person. It showed amateur footage of the group during training sessions. France 24 has obtained a copy of the tape - watch the exclusive pictures here.

By Kate WILLIAMS , Franck BERRUYER

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2016-07-26 immigration

Video: Inside a migrant hotspot in southern Italy

Several small towns in Italy have been identified by the authorities as so-called migrant hotspots, where the identities of migrants are recorded into the European database....

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2016-07-25 Canada

Canada: Religious sponsorship of refugees creates controversy

Within just a few months, Canada has taken in 25,000 Syrian refugees. A private sponsorship system means that around 10,000 of them are sponsored by individuals and refugee...

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2016-07-22 Pakistan

Women doctors in Pakistan challenge the status quo

While the majority of medical students in Pakistan are women, the workforce is largely made up of men, leading to an overall shortage of doctors in the country. The reason is...

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2016-07-21 World War I

Bomb disposal experts comb World War I battlefields, one century on

In recent months, ceremonies have been held to mark the centenary of major World War One battles at Verdun and the Somme in northern France. Hundreds of thousands of men were...

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2016-07-20 Mozambique

Mozambique's reputation tarnished by hidden debt scandal

A massive hidden debt scandal has tarnished Mozambique’s reputation with the international business community. In April, the southeastern African nation acknowledged that it had...

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