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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

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Latest update : 2011-07-05

Strauss-Kahn, victims & victimisation (part 2)

Even though the hotel maid may have lied under oath, the case is not closed and Dominique Strauss-Kahn's accuser may still be a victim, argue guests. Here in France, the attitude to rape cases may never be the same.

Elaine SCIOLINO, Paris Correspondent for the New York Times and author of "La Seduction" (Times books)

Thierry MARCHAL-BECK, National Secretary, French Socialist Party

A. Craig COPETAS, Senior Writer, Bloomberg News

Françoise BELLOT, Board Member of the Feminist Coalition Against Rape (Collectif Féministe Contre le Viol)

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2016-02-09 Syria

Battle for Aleppo: A turning point in Syria's civil war? (part 2)

It's shaping up as a turning point in Syria's civil war. After years on the back foot, the Syrian army advances on what was once the country's largest city, Aleppo. The Assad...

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2016-02-09 Syria

Battle for Aleppo: A turning point in Syria's civil war? (part 1)

It's shaping up as a turning point in Syria's civil war. After years on the back foot, the Syrian army advances on what was once the country's largest city, Aleppo. The Assad...

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2016-02-08 Syria

Can she fix it? Merkel and the refugee crisis (part 2)

Angela Merkel is a woman on a deadline. The German chancellor is in Ankara to bargain over billions in aid for refugees pledged by Europe. She needs Turkey and the EU to be...

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2016-02-08 Syria

Can she fix it? Merkel and the refugee crisis (part 1)

Angela Merkel is a woman on a deadline. The German chancellor is in Ankara to bargain over billions in aid for refugees pledged by Europe. She needs Turkey and the EU to be...

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2016-02-04 Syria

From bad to worse? Syria refugee crisis deepens, fighting intensifies (part 2)

On the ground in Syria, the situation is getting worse with news of starvation in besieged villages and the regime intensifying shelling around rebel-held Aleppo with Russian air...

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