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Ivory Coast: the military option

As mediators come and go, neither side is blinking in Ivory Coast’s post-electoral standoff. In the France 24 Debate, François Picard’s panel explains why the international community can’t afford to back down...but also why outside military intervention is easier said than done.

Cébastien GNAHORE
Germain YAO
Joseph LAKE
Paul MELLY

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2014-04-22 Palestinian Authority

Fatah-Hamas Talks: Towards a United Palestinian Front? (part 2)

Two sides trying to present a united front, to work towards a common aim. But can the Palestinian factions - Fatah and Hamas - put aside their past issues and work together? The...

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2014-04-22 Palestinian Authority

Fatah-Hamas Talks: Towards a United Palestinian Front?

Two sides trying to present a united front, to work towards a common aim. But can the Palestinian factions - Fatah and Hamas - put aside their past issues and work together? The...

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2014-04-21 Syria

Syria Bombs and Ballots: Presidential Election Announced as Civil War Rages on (part 2)

Four French hostages are now back in France after 10 months in captivity in Syria. Edouard Elias, Didier François, Nicolas Henin and Pierre Torres were welcomed back on the...

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2014-04-21 Syria

Syria Bombs and Ballots: Presidential Election Announced as Civil War Rages On

Four French hostages are now back in France after 10 months in captivity in Syria. Edouard Elias, Didier François, Nicolas Henin and Pierre Torres were welcomed back on the...

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2014-04-17 Algerian presidential elections

Algeria: What's the Choice? Incumbent Bouteflika Votes in Wheelchair (part 2)

Abdelaziz Bouteflika may get easily re-elected. Nonetheless, most Algerians will tell you that today's presidential election marks a new and perhaps more uncertain era. The...

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