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Colombia's President Santos: Nobel Peace Prize 'a gift from God'

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After latest Snowden leaks, is it time to use carrier pigeons?

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Taiwan on the line: Trump phone call alarms China (part 1)

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Taiwan on the line: Trump phone call alarms China (part 2)

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France's ex-foreign minister talks Syria, Iran and climate change

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Ghana votes in tight presidential race

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Film show: 'Graduation', 'Go Home' & Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas turns 100

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French educational system 'as mediocre as always'

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Southern India bids farewell to 'Amma'

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THE INTERVIEW

An interview with a French or international personality from the world of economics, politics, culture or diplomacy. Every Wednesday at 4.45 pm Paris time and Saturday at 7.45 am.

Latest update : 2010-12-08

Richard Parsons, Board Chairman of Citigroup

Richard Parsons is the Board Chairman of financial services conglomerate Citigroup, and a former member of the economic advisory team for US President Barack Obama. He talks to Raphael Kahane about banking ethics and the power of the banking system in the United States.

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2016-12-08 Juan Manuel Santos

Colombia's President Santos: Nobel Peace Prize 'a gift from God'

In an exclusive interview, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos tells FRANCE 24 how winning the Nobel Peace Prize helped him to resurrect a deal to end decades of bloody war...

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2016-12-07 Aleppo

France's ex-foreign minister talks Syria, Iran and climate change

France’s former Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius talks to FRANCE 24 about the missed opportunities in resolving the Syrian crisis, the threats facing the Iranian nuclear deal and...

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2016-11-30 France

State secularism in France: Liberty, equality, religious neutrality?

Our guest Jean-Louis Bianco is the head of the observatory or watchdog for France's unique brand of secularism. He says the 1905 law on the separation of church and state is...

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2016-11-26 prisons

France making 'no serious attempt to identify radicalised prisoners'

Last November, France was hit by the worst terror attacks in its modern history, which left 130 people dead and hundreds wounded. Afterwards, President Hollande declared: "We...

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2016-11-23 Americas

Keeping Guantanamo open 'does not make any sense'

During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump said of Guantanamo Bay that he might want to "load it up with bad dudes". Why didn't the Obama administration manage to close...

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