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Latest update : 2011-06-30

ANC to restrict freedom of speech?

The South African Parliament is discussing proposals that would make it easier for companies and individuals to keep information secret. But civil rights campaigners it will lead to restrictions of freedom of speech. It comes 20 years after South Africa's biggest injustice came to an end - apartheid was abolished on the 30th of June, 1991.

By Stephen CARSTENS , Nick Kotch , Caroline DUMAY

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2017-01-24 Asia-pacific

Iranian women push boundaries through sport

Whether it's playing chess on the world stage, or clashing sticks in a game of hockey, the women of Iran are playing an increasing role in sport. While they always abide by the...

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2017-01-23 Iraq

Iraq: Embedded with French special forces in Mosul

In the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, the army is receiving aerial and tactical support from US forces - but also from French troops. This report from our colleagues at France 2...

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2017-01-20 Donald Trump

Video: Meeting anti-Trump activists

Millions of Americans don't feel represented by their new president. Across the United States, many are afraid of future decisions Donald Trump might make on the issues they care...

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2017-01-19 Solidarity

New initiative provides free services to homeless in Paris

Amid the bitter winter cold, a network of local businesses in Paris are providing free services to homeless people. Easily identified by a logo on their front door, these shops,...

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2017-01-18 Africa

CAR citizens reluctantly leave makeshift camp

When Central African Republic was hit by sectarian violence three years ago, almost 100,000 people found refuge in a makeshift camp beside the airport of the capital Bangui....

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