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Widespread shortages in Venezuela and the growing industry for African video games

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Unsettling surge in murders of Bangladesh’s activists and freethinkers

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Cuba Gooding Jr. plays O.J. Simpson in 'American Crime Story'

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'What does the social unrest say about France?'

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Railway workers to add to French strike misery

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A show produced with photos, videos and personal accounts from our Observers around the world - all checked by our staff here in Paris. Saturday at 10.15 am Paris time.

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THE OBSERVERS

Latest update : 2011-01-05

Best of the Observers show in 2010

A selection of our best Observer videos and contributions in 2010.

Presentation: Derek Thomson. Editorial team: Julien Pain, Lorena Galliot, Segolène Malterre, Sarra Grira and Paul Larrouturou.
 
STORY 1: WEST PAPUA
 
A video showing Indonesian soldiers torturing indigenous people from West Papua was posted on the internet a few days ago. According to our Observer, such acts are commonplace in a region where the military has free reign to suppress the slightest sign of rebellion.
 
Observer: Benny Wenda
 
STORY 2: SENEGAL
 
The Senegalese government has launched an aggressive campaign to root out begging from the streets of Dakkar. Its main targets are Koranic schools, most of which depend on donations their pupils collect on the street. Our Observer visited one of the these schools.
 
Observer: Samba Gname
 
STORY 3: UNITED STATES
 
She’s the woman every woman dreams of being when confronted with a sexual harasser. When Nicola Briggs noticed the exposed penis of a man standing much too close to her in a New York subway in early September, she didn’t recoil in disgust, but gave her offender the verbal lashing he deserved.
 
Observer: Nicolas Briggs

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2016-05-28 Africa

Widespread shortages in Venezuela and the growing industry for African video games

This week, on the Observers, we take a look at the ongoing economic crisis engulfing Venezuela, where a fall in petrol prices has led to widespread shortages. We also check out...

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2016-05-21 Africa

Take the 'African Trip', and learn about eco-friendly building

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2016-05-14 China

A police killing in Egypt, and burning schools in South Africa

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Attack on a Roma boy in Bulgaria, and the Saudi dance craze sweeping the Arab world

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2016-04-23 Algeria

Migrants kids' rough life in Idomeni, and Tuaregs' homes razed in Algeria

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