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After Blatter: Can FIFA clean up its act? (part 1)

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After Blatter: Can FIFA clean up its act? (part 2)

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Greenpeace struggles after India freezes bank account

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Shiite militias on the frontline in Iraq

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FIFA's Blatter steps down amid South Africa 2010 World Cup bribery claims

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FIFA's sponsors welcome Blatter's resignation

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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

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Latest update : 2011-03-16

France - Return of the Far Right

As French far-right leader Marine Le Pen rides high in the polls, one of the leaders of her National Front party tells François Picard that his party does not hate immigrants. Le Pen is nonetheless planning a trip to the Italian island where asylum seekers fleeing North Africa have been landing.

A debate with François Picard and guests:

Christopher DICKEY, Newsweek Bureau Chief in Paris and Middle East Correspondent
Nicolas DHUICQ, UMP MP
Bruno GOLLNISCH, Independent MEP and Member of the Political Bureau, Front National French Party (by satellite from Strasbourg)
Piero IGNAZI, Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Bologna and author of “Extreme right Parties in Western Europe”, Oxford University Press (by phone from Bologna)

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Program produced by Yi Song, Perrine Desplats, Louise McWatt and Annelise Borges

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2015-06-03 FIFA

After Blatter: Can FIFA clean up its act? (part 1)

Sepp Blatter may have resigned, but will his successor be any different? The outgoing boss of football's governing body will stay on in Zurich until he's overseen new rules for...

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2015-06-03 FIFA

After Blatter: Can FIFA clean up its act? (part 2)

Sepp Blatter may have resigned, but will his successor be any different? The outgoing boss of football's governing body will stay on in Zurich until he's overseen new rules for...

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2015-06-01 Edward Snowden

NSA: Access Denied (part 2)

The US Senate has failed to extend Bush-era guidelines granting broad snooping powers to the National Security Agency. Last time, four years ago, the extension passed without a...

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2015-06-01 NSA

NSA: Access Denied (part 1)

The US Senate has failed to extend Bush-era guidelines granting broad snooping powers to the National Security Agency. Last time, four years ago, the extension passed without a...

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