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Christophe Robeet takes you to one of the 28 EU member states for a series of exclusive reports and interviews with local MEPs. Produced in partnership with the European Parliament. The last Saturday of the month, at 12.10 pm Paris time.

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Latest update : 2011-06-01

Bosnia and Herzegovina: a state in disarray (part 2)

Politics...and football. The Bosnian Football Federation has finally bowed to FIFA and UEFA pressure by accepting to have one president instead of three. Europe District also looks at the role of Islam in this multi-ethnic nation and the government’s latest trick to fight tax fraud. Finally, we take you on an off-the-beaten-track tour of Sarajevo.

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Senior Producer: Loick Berrou
Presenter: Christophe Robeet
Producer: Magali Faure
Reporter: Valérie Labonne
Cameraman: Stéphane Bodenne

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2014-03-22 Turkish Cypriots

Cyprus peace talks: Reconciliation at last?

After 40 years of division, is a peace deal between Greek and Turkish Cypriots within reach? We find out why the discovery of gas reserves in the Mediterranean Sea could act as a...

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2014-03-22 United Nations

Cyprus peace talks: Reconciliation at last? (part 2)

We meet Cypriot MEP Antigoni Papadopoulou on the Green Line, the UN-patrolled buffer zone that runs through the island like a scar. We then head to Famagusta: this port has been...

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2014-02-22 Tax havens

Luxembourg: a haven for tax evaders? (part 1)

A prosperous nation of 500,000 people, Luxembourg has become Europe's biggest investment management centre. But despite the country's efforts to improve banking transparency, our...

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2014-02-22 Portugal

Luxembourg: A haven for tax evaders? (part 2)

We meet Luxembourg's largest immigration group: the Portuguese, who arrived here in the 1970s to work in the steel mills. Four decades later, a new generation of Portuguese...

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2014-01-25 Latvia

Latvia joins the euro club

On January 1st, this Baltic nation of two million people officially became the eurozone's 18th member. While local businesses overwhelmingly support the euro, a majority of...

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