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Trump, Guns and School Shootings:: Can Students Help Change Gun Control Laws?

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US mid-terms: the new rules of the House

There's no other way to call it: Barack Obama has suffered the political equivalent of a bloody nose. Tonight, he’s coming to terms with the biggest political upset of his career. In their biggest congressional victory in 62 years, Republicans have won control of the House of Representatives, and made gains in the Senate as well. There's nothing left for the president to do but to hold out the olive branch.

 

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Marjorie PAILLON
Journalist, co-founder of www.ilovepolitics.info
 
Pierre GERVAIS
Deputy director, CENA (Center for North American Studies, Paris)
Senior lecturer, Université Paris 8-Saint-Denis
 
Celestine BOHLEN
Freelance journalist
 
 
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2018-02-19 USA

Trump, Guns and School Shootings: Can Students Help Change Gun Control Laws?

The revulsion after the latest school gun killings in the United States shocked the world and brought a remarkable response from the children who survived the attack. They have...

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2018-02-19 USA

Trump, Guns and School Shootings:: Can Students Help Change Gun Control Laws?

The revulsion after the latest school gun killings in the United States shocked the world and brought a remarkable response from the children who survived the attack. They have...

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2018-02-15 humanitarian action

The Oxfam scandal: How to keep predators away from the most vulnerable?

It's more than just an aid organisation that's under fire, it's an institution. The Oxfam name stands for all that's generous and altruistic about Britain. Its charity shops dot...

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2018-02-14 South Africa

South Africa political crisis: Zuma defies pressure to resign

A gentle nudge wasn't enough. So now comes the big push to oust South Africa's president of nine years. The new leadership of the ruling ANC party making it clear it will go...

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2018-02-13 Middle East

Iraq: Who will pay? High stakes, low pledges in reconstruction drive

Stakes are high at the Iraq Donor Conference hosted by Kuwait, and so is the price tag of 88 billion dollars, according to an estimate from the World Bank. Donors are wary of...

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