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Haute Couture, summer 2018: Julien Fournié finds inspiration in Asia

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REPORTERS

Video: Africa’s donkeys slaughtered to make Chinese ‘miracle elixir’

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ENCORE!

Total immersion: Klimt's luminous paintings come to life in new art space

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#THE 51%

For her pleasure: Is 'feminist porn' a contradiction?

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BUSINESS DAILY

Paris Saint-Germain football club opens new hub in Shanghai

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PERSPECTIVE

'Europe has become the world’s largest exporter of ivory'

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IN THE PRESS

A reflection of our times: More women, more young people in Time 100 list for 2018

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EYE ON AFRICA

Commonwealth summit: African members seek to grow trade value to $2 trillion

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MEDIAWATCH

Macron makes Time 100 list as France revolts

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

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.

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK - Friday, July, 9th (part 1)

A good old fashioned spy swap, Israel’s prime minister plays good cop in Washington and New York, and infighting within the French government over who does the talking with Paris’ former African colonies… it’s all in The World This Week. François Picard welcomes Eric Pfanner of the International Herald Tribune, Paul Taylor of the Reuters news agency, Dave Clark of Agence France-Presse and Samir Aita of the Arabic-language edition of Le Monde Diplomatique.

A programme produced by Mounia Ben Aïssa and François Picard

 

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2018-04-13 Syria

To strike or not to strike: US, allies mull response to alleged Syria chemical attack

First came the horrific images reportedly out of the besieged Syrian rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta and claims of at least 40 dead. Then came Donald Trump's tweet warning Russia...

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2018-04-06 Donald Trump

Lula goes to jail: Brazil's bitter divide

"Dura lex sed lex", said the ancient Romans. The law is harsh, but it's the law. This week is rife with tales of former presidents brought to justice. The charismatic former...

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2018-03-30 North Korea

Kim Jong-un's surprise Chinese visit, and the tribute to a French hero

From Kim Jong-un's surprise Chinese visit to the tribute to a fallen French hero, and a sports scandal that has shaken Australia, our panelists join us to take a look back at the...

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2018-03-23 France

Terror attack in southern France; Sarkozy and Gaddafi; John Bolton’s return

Our panel of international journalists looks at France's first terrorist attack of 2018. And former president Nicolas Sarkozy is under formal investigation for illegal campaign...

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2018-03-16 Russia

Poisoned relations: UK sanctions Russia over nerve agent attack

This week saw the UK announce the largest expulsion of Russian diplomats since the Cold War. The move came in response to a nerve agent attack on British soil, believed to be...

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