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Migrants: Austria building fence on border with Italy

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Finland: Migrants and money (part 2)

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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 : 2011-03-29

The battle for Libya: a pro-democracy uprising or tribal warfare? (part 2)

For an exclusive inside look into Libya’s improvised rebellion, France 24 video journalist Jean-Marie Lemaire takes you to the frontlines. François Picard’s panel comments on the report and on the eventual need for Western-led forces to do more to tip the scales.

Cyril Vanier, France 24 Senior correspondent

Christopher Dickey, Paris bureau chief and Middle East editor for Newsweek

Pierre Conesa, Defense consultant and professor at Sciences Po Paris and ENA, former advisor to the French Defense Ministry

From Benghazi, Philip Crowther, France 24 correspondent

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2016-05-03 football

Do you believe in miracles? Longshots Leicester defy football odds (part 1)

5000 to one. Those were the odds on offer back in August if you picked Leicester to win its first Premiership title, odds longer than Elvis being found alive. The rest as they...

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2016-05-03 Renault

How much is too much? Growing calls to cap executive pay (part 2)

Here in France shareholders in carmaker Renault rejected their boss' 7,2 million euro pay, only to be overruled by the board. The state, which owns nearly 20% of Renault, is...

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2016-05-02 shiite

Iraq's broken politics: Green Zone stormed by Moqtada al-Sadr supporters (part 1)

Supporters of Moqtada al-Sadr stormed Baghdad's Green Zone to demand that the government break with vested interests and militias that are crippling the country, a political...

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2016-05-02 Baghdad

Iraq's broken politics: Corruption and gridlock (part 2)

Supporters of Moqtada al-Sadr stormed Baghdad's Green Zone to demand that the government break with vested interests and militias that are crippling the country, a political...

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2016-04-29 inflation

Venezuela's boiling point: Power outages spark outrage (part 1)

Drought, collapsing crude oil prices and a bitter political divide. That's the toxic mix that's triggered full-blown riots in Venezuela. The heyday of Hugo Chavez is long gone as...

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