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Erdogan Almighty: Turkey elections hand president enhanced powers

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L'Impératrice: The empress of Parisian pop music

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East Germany's stolen babies

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PERSPECTIVE

Turkey's ambassador to France reacts to Erdogan's re-election

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TALKING EUROPE

'Two thirds of victims of human trafficking in Europe are EU nationals'

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TALKING EUROPE

A new stance on immigration? Europe's latest tussle over migrants

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IN THE PRESS

Meet Zsa Zsa the English bulldog, the world's ugliest dog

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THE INTERVIEW

'Turkey is a very weak state which looks very strong'

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

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.

Latest update : 2010-11-22

THE WORLD THIS WEEK - Friday, November, 19th (part 2)

Who to blame for Ireland’s trouble? Certainly its banks, but how about the Germans who pressured the markets? Also in The World This Week, François Picard’s panel discusses the painful birth of democracy in Guinea’s first open multiparty poll, Washington’s call to the likes of France and Spain not to pay ransom money to Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, and why the engagement of Kate and William is something of a revolution for royalty in Britain.

On the set :

  • Anne BAGAMERY, Senior Editor, International Herald Tribune
  • Anne-Elisabeth MOUTET, Columnist, Sunday Telegraph (William & Harry : dernière chance pour la couronne)
  • George KAZOLIAS, News Producer at AITV-RFO, Professor at the American University of Paris
  • Billie O’KADAMERI,Journalist, Africa specialist,  Radio France Internationale

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A programme produced by Laura Farrenq

By Laura FARRENQ

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Zero Tolerance: Does Border Security Trump Compassion?

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2018-06-01 Tom BURGES WATSON

North Korea diplomacy; Trade war looms; Italy's new government

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Weinstein in court; Ireland abortion vote; Italy's populist takeover

Our panel of journalists looks at Harvey Weinstein pleading not guilty to rape and sex crimes against two women; Irish voters deciding whether to repeal the Eighth Amendment of...

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