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'Why does Italy refuse to see the seismic risk?'

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IN THE PAPERS

"The burkini trap"

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MEDIAWATCH

Should men also be 'liberated from oppressive beachwear'?

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EYE ON AFRICA

Kenyan Government disbands National Olympic Committee over mismanagement

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THE DEBATE

France's Burkini Ban: Identity politics go to the beach (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

France's Burkini Ban: Identity politics go to the beach (part 2)

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Chancellor Merkel's immigration policy faces test on her home turf

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FRENCH CONNECTIONS

Understanding the burkini ban

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BUSINESS DAILY

US Treasury lashes out at EU tax probes

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Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week’s international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Latest update : 2011-06-27

The World This Week - June 24th, 2011 (part 2)

Greece’s fate hangs in the balance, the EU rocked to its core, while a row blows up over a statue of Alexander the Great. François Picard’s panel also explains why a hasty sentence could haunt Tunisians in their effort to convince the Swiss to hand over assets of the Ben Ali family.

  • Alison SMALE. Executive Editor, International Herald Tribune.
  • Sylvie KAUFFMANN. Managing Editor, Le Monde.
  • Nicholas NORBROOK. Managing Editor, The Africa Report.
  • David GAUTHIER-VILLARS. Paris Correspondent, Wall Street Journal.

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2016-08-19 Syria

War in Syria and Burkini Controversy in France

The Syrian conflict has been rumbling on for years - but blasted back into the headlines this week, not just due to the horror of the bloodshed, and the brutal nature of the...

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2016-08-12 Donald Trump

Trump continues to shock with scandals also rocking the Rio Olympics

An action packed week to discuss here on “The World This Week”! Donald Trump continues to make headlines, for all the wrong reasons - but does he care? Also, the sports are being...

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2016-08-05 Brazil

Rio Olympics and Trump's bad week

If there's one city in the world that knows how to party it’s Rio de Janeiro. And after a rocky build-up to the Olympics, Brazilian authorities are hoping to shift the focus away...

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2016-07-29 Democrats (USA)

Europe on edge: Recent wave of attacks raises security concerns

Our first theme this week is becoming frighteningly recurrent - and that is of course the spate of deadly attacks here in Europe. Since the killing of 84 people in Nice on July...

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2016-07-15 Truck attack in Nice

Terror attack in Nice: Making sense of Bastille Day rampage (part 1)

84 dead, ten of them children, some fifty others in critical condition, a reinforced state of emergency, a city and a nation in shock. This after a truck rammed through the crowd...

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