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Arab Christians: a persecuted minority?

Christian communities have existed in the Arab world for centuries and make up the religious minority in many countries, such as Jordan, the West Bank, Egypt and Iraq. Already fragile, these groups are increasingly subject to persecution. For many, life is becoming too hard in their native lands and the only option is to leave.

  • Jean MAHER, Copt associations representative in France
  • Pierre WHALON, Bishop in charge of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe
  • Dr. Walid PHARES, Senior Fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, Author of "The Coming Revolution: Struggle for Freedom in the Middle East" (to be published next week in the U.S.)

Programme produced by Diaraye Bah, Perrine Desplats and Yi Song.

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2017-01-19 Adama Barrow

Showdown in Gambia: Foreign troops at border as Jammeh refuses to go (part 1)

West Africa's been here before: The tiny nation of Gambia with two presidents after the winner of a presidential election took the oath in the capital of neighboring Senegal. ...

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2017-01-19 Adama Barrow

Showdown in Gambia: Senegalese troops enter Country as Jammeh refuses to go (part 2)

West Africa's been here before: The tiny nation of Gambia with two presidents after the winner of a presidential election took the oath in the capital of neighboring Senegal. ...

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2017-01-17 Brexit

Hard Brexit, here we come: The blowback against globalisation (part 2)

So Brexit really does mean Brexit. Theresa May has ruled out a deal that allows the UK to keep its place inside the EU's single market - a divorce whose strategy rests on lower...

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2017-01-17 Brexit

Hard Brexit, here we come: UK to leave EU common market (part 1)

So Brexit really does mean Brexit. Theresa May has ruled out a deal that allows the UK to keep its place inside the EU's single market - a divorce whose strategy rests on lower...

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2017-01-18 Americas

Pardon my whistleblower: Obama commutes Chelsea Manning sentence (part 1)

On the eve of his final full day in office, Barack Obama used his executive power one last time to commute the sentence of Chelsea Manning, who fed classified documents to...

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