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Vote count under way in Ghana after tight presidential poll

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Cameroon: Several people killed in clashes with police in Anglophone region

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Polish Christmas video goes viral

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Power to the People? Battle over Brexit and Parliamentary Democracy (part 1)

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Power to the People? Battle over Brexit and Parliamentary Democracy (part 2)

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Video: Iraq's 'Golden Division' troops in the battle for Mosul

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Italy faces shortage of young farmers

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The Rolling Stones pay homage to the blues with new covers album

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MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

Political and social events from the Middle East, with exclusive reports and interviews. Tuesday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2011-06-29

Turkey and Syria's blurred border

Blurred boundaries and common origins at the border between Syria and Turkey, where tens of thousands of Syrians are seeking refuge. Also, will al Qaeda take advantage of the current power vacuum in Yemen to strengthen their foothold? Finally, investigators try to uncover who was behind the disappearance of more than six billion dollars of US aid money in Iraq.

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2016-12-07 Syria

Aleppo: The story of 7-year-old Bana Alabed

This week, we introduce you to the seven-year-old Syrian girl whose Twitter account has won followers the world over: Bana Alabed. Now, however, her recent absence from the...

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2016-11-29 Iraq

Discovering the new wave of Egyptian musical talent

This week, we introduce you to the new wave of Egyptian musical talent. A type of music called Mahraganat has surged onto Egypt's underground scene in recent years. It has become...

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2016-11-22 Syria

War in Syria: Photojournalism at any cost

This week, with foreign journalists no longer covering the siege of Aleppo for security reasons, ordinary Syrians are risking their lives to document the war with their own...

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2016-11-15 Iraq

Battle for Mosul: Iraqi army tries to win over locals

This week, we see how defeating the Islamic State group is only half the battle. Our special correspondents report on how the Iraqi army is trying to regain the trust of the...

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2016-11-08 Yemen

War in Yemen: Saada, a city in ruins

This week, we take you to Yemen, where more than 7,000 people have been killed and another 21 million are in urgent need of health assistance. We focus on Saada, a city reduced...

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