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Gun Control in the United States: Will the Florida shooting be the turning point?

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'Never Again': The students pushing for US gun control

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A bright future for solar power

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Winter in France's Burgundy vineyards

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How French cyber police are patrolling the 'Dark Web'

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Marseille mon amour: Mediterranean city celebrates love

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Is France's new immigration bill 'firm but fair'?

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Poland divided over abortion ban

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An in-depth look at the political and social events shaping France. Every Friday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2010-11-03

Strikes: winners and losers

The biggest labour protests in 2 decades have fizzled out, and the President's pension-reform headache is lifting, but both sides are left counting their losses. A new air connection between Paris and Baghdad marks an important milestone in Iraq's economic development. We'll show you how France hopes to throw its hat into the business ring. And the ninth edition of the Route du Rhum Trans-Atlantic, single-handed yacht race gets underway.

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2018-02-23 homelessness

Giving a voice to the homeless in France

In this edition we're looking into the issue of homelessness. While the plight of homeless people is by no means new or limited to France, authorities here are struggling to meet...

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2018-02-16 Skiing

On the green slopes: An eco-friendly revolution in French ski resorts?

In this edition we're in the French Alps, the Trois Vallées to be precise. It's the largest skiing area in the world, where you have an incredible 600 kilometres of slopes to...

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2018-02-09 France

Saving France's city centres: How to lure back locals?

This week, we're in the northern French city of Dreux, famed for its rich history, royal chapel and... boarded-up shops. Like a number of cities in France, Dreux has fallen prey...

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2018-02-02 science

France's Louis Pasteur, a revolutionary scientist

He's known as the "father of microbiology". Louis Pasteur's discoveries provided the foundations of modern medicine and continue to fascinate today. The French scientist's...

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2018-01-19 France

Aiding migrants in France: What are the legal implications?

In 2017, France received a record number of asylum applications: 100,000 in all. And when arriving in a new country, information is key. We meet the team of infomigrants.net,...

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