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Remembering Cranberries star Dolores O'Riordan

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Irony? Lebanon bans Steven Spielberg's film about censorship

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Tunisia's revolutionary fire: Fresh protests, seven years after Arab Spring

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Case dismissed against French troops accused of child rape in Central African Republic

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Spain set to overtake US in tourism rankings

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#MeToo and mixed messages

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Stolen medication sold on black market in Mexico

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Brendan Power: The future of the harmonica

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Louise Arbour: Negative attitude towards migration 'completely self-defeating'

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Political and social events from the Americas, with exclusive reports and interviews. Every Wednesday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2011-05-17

United States and Pakistan: it's complicated

Pakistan and the United States have been trading barbs in the wake of the killing of Osama Bin Laden. We take a look at this turbulent relationship. We also head to the Mexican state of Sinaloa where corn has become a much sought-after commodity by drug dealers. Finally, find out which famous drink is turning 125 years old this week.

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2018-01-11 USA

Oprah Winfrey: Talk show host, actress, businesswoman... president?

American TV star Oprah Winfrey won a prestigious lifetime achievement award at the Golden Globes. The first big awards show of the season was overshadowed by the recent protests...

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2017-12-22 Canada

Canada: How far is the multicultural model a success?

Canada is celebrating 150 years since the British North America Acts united the country as we know it today. But although Canada is internationally renowned for its multicultural...

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2017-12-20 USA

California blaze: 'Monster' Thomas wildfire rages on

In California, the so-called Thomas fire is on course to become the largest in the state's modern history. More than 100,000 hectares and over 1,000 homes have been destroyed so...

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2017-12-13 Mexico

Climate change: Half of Mexico's coffee plantations have disappeared

Two years after a global climate deal was struck in Paris, we are still no closer to limiting global warming to under two degrees Celsius. And the effects of an increasingly hot...

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2017-12-07 Donald Trump

US universities experiencing massive drop in foreign students

Decisions made by US President Donald Trump’s administration are having an effect on the number of foreign students coming to America to study. A new report says dozens of...

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