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Iranian singer Sepideh Jandaghi: The trapped voice

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Royal gatecrasher! Queen Elizabeth attends London Fashion Week

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Venezuela launches its own cryptocurrency

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The secrets of Jean-Marie Le Pen: Far-right party founder publishes tell-all

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Tens of thousands bid farewell to Morgan Tsvangirai

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Afrin, 'a war without images'

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Syria on the brink: Can Assad help the Kurds against Turkish forces?

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Inside the murky business of cobalt mining in DR Congo

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100% Pure Parisian: Comedian Julie Collas helps locals laugh at themselves

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MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

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

Latest update : 2011-02-28

Bahrain: The Shiite majority finds a voice

The unrest continues in Bahrain, highlighting the tensions between the kingdom's Sunni and Shiite communities. Our reporters take the temperature in the small Shiite village of Malkia. With Yemen rocked by protests and clashes, we also bring you a portrait of Ali Abdullah Saleh, the country's President for over thirty years.

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2018-02-20 Iran

Iranian singer Sepideh Jandaghi: The trapped voice

This week, we cross to Tehran to speak to Sepideh Jandaghi, a singer with 12 years of training in traditional Iranian music. Despite gaining thousands of followers on social...

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2018-02-13 gastronomy

Alan Geaam: From dishwasher to Michelin-starred chef

Alan Geamm arrived in Paris two decades ago. In the beginning, he found himself sleeping rough in the streets of the capital and unable to speak any French. Now, without any...

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2018-02-06 Israel

Israel gives ultimatum to African asylum seekers

Israel has begun issuing deportation notices to African asylum seekers, demanding they leave the country with 3,500 dollars, or else face forceful deportation or even...

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2018-01-30 football

Football: Palestinian Honey Thaljieh plays by her own rules

This week we meet Honey Thaljieh, a young Palestinian woman who has overcome numerous social and political obstacles through playing football. As the first ever captain of the...

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2018-01-23 Lebanon

As Lebanon pushes for Syrian refugees to return home, dilemma remains

The Qaa border crossing between Lebanon and Syria reopened in December after being closed for some five years. Since the war in Syria began, the number of refugees in Qaa, the...

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