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Falluja: Make or break, Iraq offensive led by Shiite militias (part 1)

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Falluja: Make or break, Iraq offensive part of campaign on three fronts (part 2)

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Music Show: Emily Loizeau, Paul Simon, James Blake

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Victims speak out about alleged abuse by French priests

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The rise of antibiotic resistant superbugs

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James Galbraith on Greece's debt crisis: ‘A default is inevitable’

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The European Union: United in right-wing nationalism?

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Euro 2016: France readies for kick off

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Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin: ‘Ukraine is existential for the European project’

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Kibera 'slum' makes its mark thanks to the web

Kibera, in Nairobi, is Africa's second-biggest slum, but it is invisible on Google Earth. Its residents published their own online map of the area, so that nobody could deny their existence any longer. A French businessman proposes software to spy on employees, saying they can no longer be trusted. And SurfCanyon, the pick of the week, allows you to carry out more efficient online searches.

By Francis Pisani

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2016-05-27 technology

The rise of antibiotic resistant superbugs

Why are bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics? And how can technology help? In this edition, we tell you more about what the World Health Organization calls the...

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2016-04-29 technology

Berenson, the art critic robot

Getting over your greatest fears with virtual reality, using a connected glove to translate sign language and treating blindness with bionic eyes... In this show, we explore the...

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2016-05-13 technology

Kepler's new bounty of exoplanets

In this edition, we look up at the stars as NASA's Kepler mission has just discovered a stunning 1,284 new planets, marking the single largest finding of planets to date. What's...

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2016-05-06 technology

Money from heaven

In this edition, we dig deeper into the blockchain, the technology underpinning the bitcoin. We also speak to the NGO GiveDirectly, as they prepare to launch the world's first...

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2016-04-29 drones

'VR' immersive journalism

This week, we transport you into the world of "VR" storytelling. From the Chernobyl exclusion zone to the so-called migrant "jungle" in northern France, we show you the power of...

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