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What's behind Germany's steep drop in juvenile crime?

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ENCORE!

Music show: Duck Duck Grey Duck, Femi Kuti, Starchild & the New Romantic

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TALKING EUROPE

Greek Cypriot negotiator: 'We stand a chance' of reunifying Cyprus

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TALKING EUROPE

Towards a European army? The future of defence for the EU

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THE INTERVIEW

Photographer Pete Souza shares his ‘portrait’ of Obama

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THE INTERVIEW

Syria's White Helmets: 'We had 400 casualties last week'

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BUSINESS DAILY

Donald Trump Jr.'s India visit raises eyebrows

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THE OBSERVERS

Weaving with water hyacinths, the archives of Syria's war, and more

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THE OBSERVERS

How a Sudanese man saved his kidnapped brothers in Libya, and more

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Latest update 13/01/2011

One year on, can Haiti rise from the ashes?

On January 12, 2010, a devastating earthquake struck Haiti. One year later, reconstruction efforts have stalled. The capital, Port-au-Prince, remains a huge refugee camp, cholera has claimed the lives of 3,300 victims, and the electoral process has reached a deadlock. Follow FRANCE 24's two hour special coverage on Wednesday night (12th Jan) at 10pm (Paris time).

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Haiti: radio journalist fights gang violence

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Haiti : a controversial adoption

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Spread of cholera in Haiti, fight of the Napa Nui in Easter Island and cold winter in Siberia

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Haitians bear witness to the violence in the country following the Presidential election first round results

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Haiti elections: Tensions high after contested vote

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Port-au-Prince's slow reconstruction frustrates and enriches Haitians alike

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Haiti: an election in the time of cholera

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Is Haiti fit to vote?

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Is Haiti fit to vote? (second part)

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Haiti-Cholera: where is the international aid?

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