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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.

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Latest update : 2010-10-14

THE WORLD THIS WEEK- Friday, September the 17th - part 2

Who says Brussels is boring? France’s president comes out fighting at an EU summit over the deportation of Roma Gypsies. Did Nicolas Sarkozy cross the red line with his comments? Also in The World This Week, why the Pope went to the UK, why the Tea Party should not be ignored, and why Nigeria’s president used Facebook to announce his bid in next January’s election. Joining François Picard are our Friday guests, here below.

Our Friday guests:

  • A. Craig Copetas, Senior writer, Bloomberg News
  • Alison Smale, Executive Editor, International Herald Tribune
  • Mildrade Cherfils, Paris correspondent, Global Post
  • Tunde Fatunde, Journalist, Guardian Newspaper, Lagos, Nigeria


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2015-05-22 Burma

After the fall of Ramadi and Palmyra: Did the West underestimate the jihadists? (part 2)

In The World This Week: The international migrant crisis shows no sign of abating, the Islamic State group makes a series of advances in Syria, in Burundi a failed coup results...

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2015-05-22 Burma

Migrants and immigrants: A global crisis (part 1)

In The World This Week: The international migrant crisis shows no sign of abating, the Islamic State group makes a series of advances in Syria, in Burundi a failed coup results...

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2015-05-15 Burundi

Burundi's crisis: East Africa on edge after attempted coup (part 2)

In The World This Week: In the UK the re-elected Conservatives are towing a tough line on immigration, East Africa is on edge after a failed coup attempt in Burundi, Obama does...

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2015-05-15 Burundi

Fortress Britain: Re-elected Conservatives tow tough line (part 1)

In The World This Week: In the UK the re-elected Conservatives are towing a tough line on immigration, East Africa is on edge after a failed coup attempt in Burundi, Obama does...

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2015-05-08 Benjamin Netanyahu

Israel's coalition government; France's Le Pen disowns daughter (part 2)

Defying both polls and pundits, British Prime Minister David Cameron and his Conservative Party scored a major victory in the UK general election - with Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg...

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