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Kiwi indie heroes The Naked and Famous reflect on life after 'Young Blood'

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THE INTERVIEW

France's election: 'The Russians are doing what they can to bring down Macron'

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North Dakota: Sioux tribe stands firm against pipeline project

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TALKING EUROPE

Georgian foreign minister discusses ties with EU, NATO

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THE INTERVIEW

NATO chief Stoltenberg: US is 'strongly committed to NATO'

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TALKING EUROPE

Climate change agreements: The US blows cold, what will the EU do?

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IN THE PAPERS

No mood to party: Some Brazilian cities are cancelling carnival

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BUSINESS DAILY

Bailout talks worry Greeks living under austerity

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IN THE PAPERS

'Thanks but no thanks': French left-wing candidates bury idea of alliance

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Africa

Ouattara troops pull back, Gbagbo clings to power

Text by FRANCE 24

Latest update : 2011-04-07

Negotiations over Ivory Coast presidential incumbent Laurent Gbagbo’s possible surrender continue on Wed. night, according to the UN. Witnesses report pro-Ouattara troops have retreated from Gbagbo’s Abidjan residence.

Date created : 2011-04-06

  • IVORY COAST

    Gbagbo denies reports of 'imminent' surrender

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  • IVORY COAST

    UN, French forces join attack on Gbagbo in Abidjan

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