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President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf hails 'milestone' as UN peacekeepers leave Liberia

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The 'Brexecution' of Boris Johnson

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IN THE PAPERS

State of British Politics 'Worse than Shakespeare'

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PEOPLE & PROFIT

From London to Abu Dhabi: How Brexit sent shockwaves across the world

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BUSINESS DAILY

Carney: UK suffering from 'economic post-traumatic stress'

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ACROSS AFRICA

Liberia UNMIL mission: Peacekeepers prepare to hand over to government

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MEDIAWATCH

Boris Backs Out After Brexit

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EYE ON AFRICA

DRC elections: Kabila says poll will go ahead

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THE DEBATE

Chaos at Westminster: UK's post-Brexit leadership battle (part 1)

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Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week’s international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Latest update : 2011-04-11

The World This Week - Friday, April 8th

50 years after African independence, Europe’s colonial past makes headlines in The World This Week. François Picard’s panel argues over the long-term consequences of French intervention in Ivory Coast and whether it’s right to charge the current UK government for atrocities committed in the 1950s during Kenya’s Mau Mau rebellion.

  • Alison SMALE, Executive Editor, International Herald Tribune.
  • Kate DOURIAN, Middle East Editor, Platt’s
  • Mamadou DIOUF, Professor at Columbia University, head of the Institute of African Studies
  • Alexandra BRANGEON, Radio Journalist, Africanist

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2016-06-17 Brexit

Bitter Battle: Murder of Jo Cox upends EU referendum campaign (part 1)

This week a mass shooting in an Orlando gay nightclub left 50 dead, the worst in US history. Here in France, a policeman was fatally stabbed at his home, along with his wife who...

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2016-06-17 Brexit

Orlando mass shooting and French police killings (part 2)

This week a mass shooting in an Orlando gay nightclub left 50 dead, the worst in US history. Here in France, a policeman was fatally stabbed at his home, along with his wife who...

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2016-06-10 Euro 2016

The Greatest: The world remembers Muhammad Ali (part 2)

Today marks the kickoff of the Euro 2016 with hosts France facing Romania. But the football championship opens amid security concerns and nationwide strikes affecting trains,...

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2016-06-10 Euro 2016

France hosts Euro 2016: Les Bleus on a mission to lift national gloom (part 1)

Today marks the kickoff of the Euro 2016 with hosts France facing Romania. But the football championship opens amid security concerns and nationwide strikes affecting trains,...

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2016-06-03 France

Turkey’s fury over Germany’s Armenian genocide vote; flood of trouble in France (part 2)

Thursday's vote in the Bundestag, where lawmakers recognised the 1915 mass killings of Armenians as genocide, sparked outrage in Ankara. Germany is home to more than three...

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