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France on alert after attacks: a case of collective hysteria?

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'Beijing needs to revaluate its policy in the Tibetan areas', says FM of the Tibetan government-in-exile

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Uruguay: freed Guantanamo detainees try to adjust to normal life

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Turkey: Inside the Alevi community

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China: A tense Christmas in Wenzhou

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Pope's Scathing Tidings: Pontiff Blasts 'Illnesses' at Vatican's Heart (part 2)

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Pope's Scathing Tidings: Pontiff Blasts 'Illnesses' at Vatican's Heart

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Gaza children draw what their future will look like

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We explore the digital revolution and check out the latest technological trends. Every Saturday at 2.45 pm Paris time.

#TECH 24

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Latest update : 2010-09-10

Egypt: monitoring Facebook

In Egypt, 3,800,000 Facebook users are being watched by 45 interior ministry employees. But also: is the web dead? That's what some journalists from the magazine Wired are saying. Plus: the power of Twitter. And pick of the week: Snapgoods, a site where you can save money by renting your neighbours' belongings for a limited period.

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2014-12-12 Internet

Hand-crank powered mobile phone 'Pilo' put to the test

Instagram is now bigger than Twitter! The mobile app has reached 300 million monthly active users with over 70 million photos & videos shared every day. We take a closer look...

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2014-12-05 technology

YotaPhone 2 review: The 5-inch dual-screen handset is back

This week on #TECH24 we put the dual-screen YotaPhone 2 to the test: you'll understand why this handset promises 100 hours of battery life. Plus, a closer look at the leaked...

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2014-11-28 technology

Virtual insanity? Artist to 'experience life' through Oculus Rift headset for 28 days

British artist Mark Farid is ready to wear the Oculus Rift headset for 28 days as part of an extraordinary identity experiment. In this edition we ask him where the idea came...

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2014-11-28 music

What does the future hold... for music?

What does the future hold... for music? Musicians - and other industry experts - got together in Paris to experiment with sound and technology... and to get the next generation...

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2014-11-21 technology

Tech giants under scrutiny: The problem with Uber

Silicon Valley giants Uber, Snapchat, and Facebook are all under scrutiny for the way they're handling business. Is the controversy merely a coincidence? Or might this be a sign...

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