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Online reactions to Kurdish referendum

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Iraq's Kurds: Will referendum really lead to independence?

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TALKING EUROPE

Catalonia independence vote: Tensions rise between Barcelona and Madrid

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TALKING EUROPE

Catalonia’s regional foreign affairs chief: ‘This referendum is not illegal’

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Music show: Lucy Rose live, Ibeyi and Miley Cyrus

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Judicial reforms: Polish government on collision course with EU

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Euro, stocks slide on Merkel's lacklustre election win

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#THE 51%

Hola 'Ellas Hoy' - The 51 Percent welcomes its sister show on FRANCE 24 Spanish

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Donald Trump Vs NFL: America's divider in chief or America's saviour?

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#TECH 24

We explore the digital revolution and check out the latest technological trends. Every Saturday at 2.15 pm Paris time. Or you can catch it online from Friday.

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.

By Francis Pisani

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2017-09-22 technology

Medtech: Repairing the human body

In this week's edition of Tech24, we speak to Thibault Duchemin, the CEO and co-founder of AVA, an app that's helping to improve the lives of the more than 400 million people...

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2017-09-15 technology

Meet Cozmo, the new face of AI

As Apple celebrates the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, we take a look at just how much smartphones have changed our everyday lives. Plus in Test 24, we introduce you to Cozmo,...

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2017-09-08 technology

AI untethered: Where to draw the line on Artificial Intelligence?

In this week's Tech 24, we're talking Artificial Intelligence: its benefits and its quite scary risks. Also, we see how Iranian tech companies are getting around Apple's embargo...

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2017-09-01 technology

Football-playing robots!

From mobile money to cargo drones, Africa's tech entrepreneurs are creating new technology to tackle consumer needs and development challenges. In this edition, we speak to Jake...

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2017-07-10 technology

How technology is fighting corruption

In this edition, we look at the different ways in which technology is helping to fight corruption. From software to apps and Twitter accounts, there are many tech initiatives...

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