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President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf hails 'milestone' as UN peacekeepers leave Liberia

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The 'Brexecution' of Boris Johnson

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State of British Politics 'Worse than Shakespeare'

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Carney: UK suffering from 'economic post-traumatic stress'

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Liberia UNMIL mission: Peacekeepers prepare to hand over to government

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Political and social events from the Middle East, with exclusive reports and interviews. Tuesday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

Latest update : 2011-01-12

Egypt: the persecution of Coptic Christians

Egypt's Coptic community on edge after a church attack kills 21 people on New Year's Day. Many fear that anti-Christian sentiment is being fueled by militant groups. An appeal from Israel - premier Benjamin Netanyahu asks the US for clemency for former spy Jonathan Pollard. And introducing Qatar's newest museum - it's dedicated to 20th century and contemporary art from the Middle East.

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2016-06-28 Syria

Child refugees: Inside Turkey's hidden sweatshops

This week, we meet Syrian children in Turkey who are forced to work in sweatshops instead of being at school in yet another tragic consequence of the Syrian conflict. Also,...

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2016-06-21 Jordan

Iraq: Falluja's humanitarian crisis

This week, Falluja's inhabitants flee one hell only to arrive in another - we look at this latest humanitarian crisis. Meanwhile, in Paris, restaurants across the capital open up...

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2016-06-14 Syria

War in Syria: Inside the captagon trafficking ring

It's an energy-booster and highly addictive. But captagon is more than just an illegal drug, it's fuelling the bloody war in Syria. We take a closer look. Meanwhile, rights...

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2016-06-07 Iraq

Iraq: The families fleeing Fallujah

This week, as the fight for Fallujah continues, we meet some of the families who've managed to escape. Also, we see that efforts are underway to save the Palestinian Cucumber and...

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2016-05-31 Iraq

Baghdad's kitchens: The Iraqi capital's restaurant renaissance

As the fight against the Islamic State (IS) group intensifies in Iraq, Baghdad's restaurant scene appears to be thriving. We'll be taking you on a culinary tour in the Iraqi...

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