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Peace at last? Colombia, FARC rebels sign historic peace accord (part 2)

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Greece’s minister of tourism: ‘Tourism is a government priority’

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Terrorism, strike actions and migrant crisis: Is the EU becoming less attractive to tourists?

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Moody's cuts Turkey's credit rating to junk

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Pension reform: 60% of French nationals back further strikes

Stepping up the pressure on president Sarkozy, a recent poll indicates 60% of the population supports the union's plans to continue protesting against pension reform. With a cabinet reshuffle coming up, we take a look at what Jean-Louis Borloo has going for him, since many people are predicting he'll replace François Fillon as Prime Minister. And the work of American photographer Larry Clark continues to spark controversy, this time in Paris. Stay tuned to find out why.

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2016-09-23 France

Rural France: Challenges and opportunities

This week, we take a look at rural France and its development through the ages. Like in many other European nations, France saw a massive exodus towards its urban centres during...

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2016-09-09 Internet

French Tech: A new generation in the making

This week we're exploring France's thriving tech scene, a sector which now accounts for around 6% of the country’s GDP. We introduce you to some of this new generation of French...

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2016-09-02 France

Disability: Still fighting for equal rights

This week, we're taking a look at the issue of disability. While public awareness is growing, and disability rights have made some headway in France, equal opportunity is still a...

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2016-08-26 Paris

The hidden secrets of Les Invalides

This week, we take you behind the scenes of one of Paris' most famous monuments: the Hotel des Invalides. Built a stone's-throw away from the river Seine, this military...

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2016-07-29 architecture

La vie en gris: The story behind France's famed rooftops

This week, we take you above the fray to discover one of the most emblematic and inspiring features of the French capital: its famous rooftops. Paris' zinc horizon is as much of...

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