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David Lagercrantz: 'Not taking over Millennium series would have been life-long regret'

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IMF warns of risks posed by Chinese slowdown to global economic growth

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EUROPE NOW

Looking for a European identity (part 1)

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Looking for a European identity (part 2)

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Photo of drowned Syrian child sparks outrage

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THE DEBATE

Erdogan's toughest battle? Turkish president reverses course on key issues (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

Erdogan's toughest battle? Turkish president reverses course on key issues (part 2)

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United States: Obama in Alaska to highlight climate change

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The road to exile: A Syrian family’s journey across Europe

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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.

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Latest update : 2010-10-14

THE WORLD THIS WEEK - Friday, September the 10th - Part 2

Did the media create a monster out of the Koran-hating pastor in Florida? Plus, the UN’s role in Africa’s Great Lakes region and France’s defiance over the deportation of Roma Gypsies. This Fridays's guests are Eric Pfanner of the International Herald Tribune, Régis Le Sommier of news magazine Paris Match, François D’Alançon of French Catholic daily La Croix and Gerry Feehily of European webzine presseurop.eu .

Our Friday guests':

  • Régis LE SOMMIER, Co-Editor in Chief, Paris Match, Author of «L’Irak n’existe plus"
  • Eric PFANNER, Reporter, International Herald Tribune
  • François D’ALANÇON, La Croix, spécialiste des questions internationales
  • Gerry FEEHILY , Editor at presseurop.eu

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Every day, the list of migrant tragedies grows longer. This week alone, 105 bodies were recovered from a capsized boat off Libya, and there was the shocking discovery of 71...

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2015-07-31 Turkey

Erdogan’s gamble: Turkey launches offensives on PKK and Islamic State Group (part 2)

Turkey finally decided to join the struggle against the Islamic State group, launching bombing raids, allowing US aircraft to use Turkish air bases, and tightening security on...

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2015-07-31 Calais

Europe’s shame: Calais migrant crisis deepens (part 1)

The blame game kicked in this week between Paris and London, as thousands of migrants continued to risk their lives to head to Britain from the French port town of Calais. The...

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2015-07-24 Barack Obama

French farmers revolt: Protests spread despite govt aid package (part 2)

French farmers have been manning the barricades this week. Dairy prices have gone through the floor worldwide these past months, and French farmers are dumping Belgian milk and...

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