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Countdown to Grexit: Will Greek crisis trigger unwinding of the euro? (part 2)

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THE DEBATE

Countdown to Grexit: Will Greek crisis trigger unwinding of the euro? (part 1)

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EYE ON AFRICA

Suspected Boko Haram militants killed in police raid in N'Djamena

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Is Alexis Tsipras playing with fire?

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Chimpanzees suffer collateral damage from increased poaching

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'Greece threatens top court action to block Grexit'

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IN THE PAPERS

'The NSA’s other business'

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Dom La Nena brings us international, cello pop

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Kenya's vicious circle: Terrorism and counter-terrorism

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How do artists and writers see the world? We take you to the crossroads where culture meets the news and engages with what's happening in our lives today. From Monday to Friday at 12.15 pm Paris time.

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The seductive art of Rina Banerjee

The hall of shame: we meet the Chinese artist painting the faces behind corruption. We look at plans to dig up the remains of the woman thought to be behind Leonardo Da Vinci's famous smile. And Manhattan-based, Indian-born artist Rina Banerjee joins us in the studio to talk about her new exhibition in Paris.

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2015-06-29 culture

Dom La Nena brings us international, cello pop

The Brazilian-born cellist, singer and songwriter Dom La Nena speaks to Eve Jackson about being a young prodigy, moving to Argentina at 13 without her parents and settling in...

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2015-06-26 culture

Joe Bataan: The king of Latin soul music

From his teen days as the leader of a street gang in New York to his groundbreaking career in music, Joe Bataan talks to Eve Jackson about inventing a musical genre, releasing...

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2015-06-24 culture

Film show: 'Entourage', 'Masaan' and 'Elevator to the Gallows'

Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's movie news, including "Entourage", "Masaan" and "La Fête du Cinéma". They also look back at the "perfect" French...

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2015-06-25 culture

The Sistine Chapel of prehistoric art in Paris

In this edition of Encore, we give you the chance to see artwork from the caves of Lascaux dating back 20,000 years, meet one of France’s best-loved pop stars, Michel Polnareff...

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2015-06-23 culture

Norman Rush: 'There is no permanent friendship between men'

From the Beat Generation and the Rat Pack to Hollywood "bromance" movies, the phenomenon of male friendship fascinates popular culture. In his third novel, "Subtle Bodies",...

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