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Tunisia's Parliament votes on new Government

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French court rules #burkini ban "clearly illegal"

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Biden in Turkey, Colombia Peace Deal, Ethiopia Olympic Protest (part 2)

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Earthquake in Italy, French Burkini Ruling (part 1)

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FRANCE IN FOCUS

The hidden secrets of Les Invalides

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Pro-Opposition stronghold Port-Gentil feverishly awaits presidential elections

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Alexis Michalik: treading the boards in the footsteps of 'Edmond'

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Getting away with murder in DR Congo

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'Why does Italy refuse to see the seismic risk?'

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Latest update : 2010-12-20

Brazil: green candidate colours election run-off

Surprise in Brazil: the Latin American giant is headed for a run-off round in its presidential election, after Dilma Rousseff failed to garner 50 percent of votes. The US has apologised for a shocking medical study it carried out in Guatemala 60 years ago, in which it deliberately infected soldiers, prisoners, and mental patients with syphilis. And Marilyn Monroe in her own words: we take a look at her private diaries, which have been published for the first time ever.

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2016-08-24 Donald Trump

Olympic Hangover: festive mood dampened by gloomy economy

This week, as Rio wakes up from the end of Olympic fever, it's now facing a bit of a hangover in the shape of Brazil's growing political crisis. Then, just two months away from...

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2016-08-17 Guantanamo

Guantanamo Bay: Renewed push to reduce number of detainees

On this week’s show: Can Barack Obama live up to his promise of closing Guantanamo Bay as his time in office draws to a close? We take a look. We also bring you the latest in the...

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2016-08-03 2016 Olympics

Rio 2016: Why many Brazilians oppose the games

The 2016 Summer Olympics are finally here. And while the eyes of the world are turning to the athletes, far from all Brazilians are happy about their country hosting the games....

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2016-07-28 US Presidential Election 2016

Race to the White House: Hillary Clinton's popularity problem

This week, Hillary Clinton officially became the first female nominee of a major US political party. But she has been dealt a blow by a hacking scandal: leaked emails suggesting...

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2016-07-20 Donald Trump

US presidential race: The story of Melania Trump

This week, as Donald Trump is officially nominated as the Republican Party's candidate for the White House, his wife takes centre stage with a speech that sounds awfully...

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