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Latest update : 2011-01-31

Haiti: radio journalist fights gang violence

January 12 marks the first anniversary of the devastating Haitian earthquake that left more than 200,000 dead and the country in ruins. But one of the biggest problems is not just lack of food or shelter but the fact there is no rule of law means in many areas. As a result, women are raped with impunity and the gangs are running the show. France 24's Nathan King heads out with a local journalist and activist who's trying to bring about calm to the streets.

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2015-07-01 USA

US, Cuba reach deal to re-open embassies

This week, the United States and Cuba reached a deal to re-open their mutual embassies in Washington and Havana. It's the next major step forward to thawing 50 years of frozen...

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2015-06-24 USA

FranceLeaks: Wikileaks claims US spied on Elysée palace

This week, there's outrage in France after WikiLeaks publishes new revelations that the NSA spied on three French presidents. Next, we look at how the Confederate flag is...

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2015-06-17 US Presidential Election 2016

US presidential race: A Bush vs Clinton rematch?

This week, the prospect of Bush versus Clinton in 2016 becomes more likely as Jeb Bush officially enters the race for the White House. Also, we head to Central America, where...

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2015-06-10 slavery

USA: New case of police brutality in Texas causes outcry

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2015-06-03 tobacco

Record fines for tobacco companies in Quebec

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