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Guatemala's presidential elections mired by corruption scandals and political turmoil

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David Lagercrantz on taking over Stieg Larsson's Millennium series

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Looking for a European identity (part 2)

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Looking for a European identity (part 1)

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IMF warns of risks posed by Chinese slowdown to global economic growth

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Photo of drowned Syrian child sparks outrage

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Erdogan's toughest battle? Turkish president reverses course on key issues (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

Erdogan's toughest battle? Turkish president reverses course on key issues (part 2)

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United States: Obama in Alaska to highlight climate change

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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 : 2011-05-10

French football and racism - high stakes row over national squad (part 2)

France’s coach is not a racist, argues coaching legend Claude Leroy, but he sees allegations of racial profiling as a huge blow for not just French football but the image of France in its former African colonies.

  • Patrick JUILLARD. Journalist, footafrica365.fr.
  • Sofia BOURATSIS. PhD Candidate in Art Philosophy. Contributor to Quel Sport ? magazine.
  • Vincent CHAUDEL. Head of Communication – EMEA. Sport expert.
  • Claude LE ROY. Former coach for the national team of Ghana, Cameroun, DR Congo and Senegal. By phone from Avignon, France.
  • Bobby BARNES. Deputy chief executive of professional footballer in UK. By phone from London.

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2015-09-02 Turkey

Erdogan's toughest battle? Turkish president reverses course on key issues (part 1)

We take a long, hard look at Turkey: A country that has reached a major turning point. For 10 years Reccep Tayip Erdogan could do no wrong: Turkey's leader won every election,...

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2015-09-02 Turkey

Erdogan's toughest battle? Turkish president reverses course on key issues (part 2)

We take a long, hard look at Turkey: A country that has reached a major turning point. For 10 years Reccep Tayip Erdogan could do no wrong: Turkey's leader won every election,...

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2015-09-01 Ukraine

Ukraine's warmongers: Far-right blamed for Kiev grenade attack (part 2)

Kiev reels from its worst day of violence since the February 2014 overthrow of pro-Moscow president Viktor Yanukovich. As lawmakers debated on more autonomy for the separatist...

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2015-09-01 Ukraine

Ukraine's warmongers: Far-right blamed for Kiev grenade attack (part 1)

Kiev reels from its worst day of violence since the February 2014 overthrow of pro-Moscow president Viktor Yanukovich. As lawmakers debated on more autonomy for the separatist...

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2015-08-31 Calais

Europe's migrant crisis: Share the burden or shut the borders? (part 1)

France’s prime minister on Monday visited a migrant shelter in Calais. The city is perceived as a flashpoint in Europe’s migrant crisis, despite drawing a mere fraction of the...

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