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'If the missing AirAsia plane crashed, 2014 was one of deadliest years in almost a decade'

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An interview with a French or international personality from the world of economics, politics, culture or diplomacy. Every Monday and Wednesday at 4.45 pm Paris time. Saturday at 7.45 am.

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Latest update : 2011-02-21

René Frydman, Head of Gynecology-obstetrics at Antoine Beclère Hospital, France

Douglas Herbert talks to René Frydman, Head of Gynecology-obstetrics reproduction at Antoine Beclère Hospital near Paris. Professor Frydman made headlines when he announced the birth of the first French "double hope" baby, whose umbilical chord could be used to cure his siblings. The birth created yet another debate over genetics in France.

By Douglas HERBERT

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2014-12-24 Tunisia

'We have to build a new Tunisia', says the president of the Tunisian Parliament

In the wake of Tunisia’s first free presidential election, is the transition to democracy complete? Mohamed Ennaceur, the new president of the Tunisian Parliament, speaks to...

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2014-12-24 Tibet

'Beijing needs to revaluate its policy in the Tibetan areas', says FM of the Tibetan government-in-exile

Since 2009, at least 133 Tibetans have self-immolated in Tibet in protest of Chinese rule. In an interview with France 24's Marc Perelman, Dicki Chhoyang, the Foreign minister of...

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2014-12-22 Boko Haram

Wole Soyinka slams the Nigerian government's response to Boko Haram

In an interview with France 24’s Fatimata Wayne, Nigerian Nobel Literature laureate Wole Soyinka reacts to the disturbing news that at least 185 people have been recently...

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2014-12-17 Dalai Lama

‘China needs Tibetan culture of peace,’ says Dalai Lama

Chinese people are in need of the “peace, compassion and non-violence” advocated by Tibetan Buddhist culture, the Himalayan region’s exiled spiritual leader has said in a...

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2014-12-16 Russia

'We will survive sanctions,’ says Russian foreign minister

Western sanctions will “never” cause economic meltdown for Russia, Moscow’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told FRANCE 24 in an exclusive interview on Monday.

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