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Tunisia Attack: UK ponders airstrike in Syria; Uber Popped: service suspended after French taxi revolt

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Greece's Choice: Europe holds its breath over Sunday's referendum

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Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week’s international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Latest update : 2010-11-15

THE WORLD THIS WEEK - Friday, November the 12th - part 2

After voters back home, Barack Obama’s now lost his lustre abroad, failing to woo his counterparts at the G-20 summit in Seoul. Also, a folksy George W. Bush times his return to coincide with the Democrats’ thumping in the midterm elections, Ireland’s troubles and why Iraq’s violent, fractious, and drawn-out manner of choosing a new government may have a bright side. Joining François Picard in The World This Week are Eric Pfanner, Christopher Dickey, Judah Grunstein and Dave Clarke.

Our guests:

  • Eric PFANNER, Reporter, International Herald Tribune
  • David CLARK, Paris Deputy Bureau Chief, AFP
  • Christopher DICKEY, Paris Bureau Chief and Middle East Regional Editor, Newsweek
  • Judah GRUNSTEIN, Managing Editor, World Politics review

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By Laura FARRENQ

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2015-07-03 Greece

Tunisia Attack: UK ponders airstrike in Syria; Uber Popped: service suspended after French taxi revolt

Whatever the outcome of the referendum on Sunday, the Greek crisis will change the EU forever. The prime minister is urging a "no", promising it will give him the mandate he...

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2015-07-03 Greece

Greece's Choice: Europe holds its breath over Sunday's referendum

Whatever the outcome of the referendum on Sunday, the Greek crisis will change the EU forever. The prime minister is urging a "no", promising it will give him the mandate he...

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2015-06-26 terrorism

Tunisia attack: The shadow of Islamic terror (part 2)

It was mid-morning on a continent otherwise focused on a taxi strike and an EU summit. A 35-year-old resident of the Lyon area was taken into custody over the killing of a...

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2015-06-26 terrorism

France terror attack: PM says 'Islamist terrorism' has hit France again (part 1)

It was mid-morning on a continent otherwise focused on a taxi strike and an EU summit. A 35-year-old resident of the Lyon area was taken into custody over the killing of a...

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2015-06-19 eurozone

European (Dis)union: Identity politics divide continent (part 2)

In the second part of The World This Week: Tensions over migrants flare up in Europe, while Greek negotiators haggle with the EU and IMF and the anti-immigrant Danish People's...

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