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Libya: 100 days in (part 2)

Has the International Criminal Court’s indictment of Muammar Gaddafi gone and complicated efforts to push out the Libyan leader? François Picard’s panel argues over the decision and the timing in a conflict that’s already forced a rethink of NATO.

  • Anas EL GOMATI. Libyan Political Analyst.
  • Jolyon HOWORTH. Professor of International Relations, Yale University.
  • Jim BRANN. Spokesperson, Stop the War Coalition (from London).
  • Jon MARKS. Associate Fellow at Chatham House. Chairman of Cross border information (from Hastings, UK).

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2014-09-02 immigration

Child Migrants In America: What to do about the wave of unaccompanied minors? (Part Two)

Central America are so desperate for their children to have a better life that they're willing to send them unaccompanied to the United States via the Mexican freight train so...

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2014-09-02 immigration

Child Migrants In America: What to do about the wave of unaccompanied minors?

Central America are so desperate for their children to have a better life that they're willing to send them unaccompanied to the United States via the Mexican freight train so...

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2014-09-01 protest

Pakistan Protests: Democracy put to the test

Pakistan's democracy is once again being put to the test. Security forces evicted protesters who had pushed state television off air earlier. It's part of daily protests to bring...

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2014-09-01 protest

Pakistan Protests: Democracy put to the test (part 2)

Pakistan's democracy is once again being put to the test. Security forces evicted protesters who had pushed state television off air earlier. It's part of daily protests to bring...

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2014-08-28 WHO

How to Stop Ebola: WHO Says Cases Could Exceed 20,000 (part 2)

Do you put West Africa under quarantine? As Ebola spreads, with Air France and British Airways both halting flights to Freetown's Lungi Airport, the argument is raging between...

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