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Colombia comes to France

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The last taboo: Helping women and girls. Period.

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Who benefits when the ice caps melt?

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ACROSS AFRICA

Frustration mounts over state of economy in Nigeria

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Will global warming ruin French wine production?

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The birth of a film industry: Hollywood and World War I

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'Accusations of terrorism are false', says Qatar's foreign minister

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'Philando Castile's death poses questions that still need answering'

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Costco piles products high to lure French consumers

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Latest update : 2010-12-20

How Wikileaks will change US diplomacy

The fallout from Wikileaks latest data drop continues, but will it reshape Washington's relations with the rest of the world? The people of Haiti, still recovering from January's earthquake, are now fighting a deadly cholera epidemic. We head into the field with health workers as they battle the disease. And a portrait of the man who's won this year's Nobel Prize for literature, the literary giant, Mario Vargos Llosa.

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2017-06-22 Uber

Travis Kalanick: Uber boss steps down amid controversy

It's been eight years since Uber came onto the scene and shook things up with its ride-hailing app that matches drivers with passengers. In that time, the company has been hit by...

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2017-06-14 Venezuela

Censorship in Venezuela: Journalists find novel ways to get the news out

In Venezuela, violent protests against the president have been going on for the past two months. The situation is becoming increasingly difficult for journalists there, faced...

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2017-06-07 racism

USA: White supremacists recruiting on campus

In the United States, an NGO accuses white supremacists of stepping up their recruitment efforts on college campuses across the country. It links the phenomenon to the election...

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2017-06-01 Venezuela

Venezuela's ‘Green Cross’: First aiders on the front line

This week start out in Venezuela, where two months of daily protests have left almost 80 people dead and hundreds more injured. With the support of firefighters and health...

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2017-05-24 Venezuela

Is Venezuela on the verge of anarchy?

In Venezuela, anti-government protests continue, with opponents of Socialist President Nicolas Maduro saying they have no intention of backing down. Amid violent demonstrations,...

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