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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Latest update : 2010-07-26

THE WORLD THIS WEEK - Friday, July, 23th (part 1)

Mr. Cameron goes to Washington and all they talk about is BP, the more-or-less stressful stress tests of Europe’s banks, and Colombia’s outgoing president not exactly best friends forever with his Venezuelan counterpart… it’s all in The World This Week. Joining François Picard are Liz Alderman of the International Herald Tribune, Newsweek Paris bureau chief Christopher Dickey, Sunday Telegraph columnist Anne-Elizabeth Moutet and freelance reporter Célestine Bohlen.

A programme produced by Mounia Ben Aïssa and François Picard

 

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2016-07-15 Truck attack in Nice

Terror attack in Nice: Making sense of Bastille Day rampage (part 1)

84 dead, ten of them children, some fifty others in critical condition, a reinforced state of emergency, a city and a nation in shock. This after a truck rammed through the crowd...

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2016-07-15 France

Terror attack in Nice: Making sense of Bastille Day rampage (part 2)

84 dead, ten of them children, some fifty others in critical condition, a reinforced state of emergency, a city and a nation in shock. This after a truck rammed through the crowd...

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2016-07-08 Tony Blair

'A better and safer place': Tony Blair and the Chilcot Inquiry (part 2)

This week, tragedy hit Dallas as sniper fire rained down on police officers at a Black Lives Matter protest, killing five officers and wounding seven others. In the UK, the...

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2016-07-08 Black Lives Matter movement

Dallas police shooting: Attack follows latest cop killings of African Americans (part 1)

This week, tragedy hit Dallas as sniper fire rained down on police officers at a Black Lives Matter protest, killing five officers and wounding seven others. In the UK, the...

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2016-07-01 Brexit

Turkey targeted: IS group blamed in Istanbul airport attack (part 2)

In The World This Week we look at the fallout from the UK referendum vote to leave the European Union, the terrorist attack at Ataturk airport in Istanbul, the swearing-in of...

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