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Hollande: "We have to tear voters away from the National Front"

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EYE ON AFRICA

Mozambique: top constitutional lawyer killed in Maputo

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MEDIAWATCH

Online reactions to Netanyahu’s speech to Congress

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DEBATE

Netanyahu on Capitol Hill: Israeli PM calls for deal breaker with Iran (part two)

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DEBATE

Netanyahu on Capitol Hill: Israeli PM calls for deal breaker with Iran

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EYE ON AFRICA

Tangerine Dream. Afropolitan star Yemi Alade drops in

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FOCUS

Denmark: How to stop the radicalisation of young people?

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ENCORE!

'Deep Down Dark': Telling the story of the 33 trapped Chilean miners

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THE INTERVIEW

Hong Kong's umbrella revolution 'is not dead'

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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 : 2011-08-19

The World This Week - 19 August (part 2)

Laura Baines and her panel of journalists discuss the top international news stories of the past seven days. For this edition, Baines asks if the latest international moves against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad will stop the bloodshed; and if Egypt has lost control of the Sinai peninsula.

  • Alison SMALE. Executive Editor for the International Herald Tribune;
  • David CLARK. Deputy bureau chief Paris, AFP;
  • Célestine BOHLEN. Freelance journalist;
  • Philip TURLE. Journalist, RFI.

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2015-02-27 banking

Compromise buys Greece time and Jihadi John is unmasked (part 2)

For our look back at the week's events we head to Athens, the scene of clashes between police and far-left protesters angry at the government for backing down in the face of...

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2015-02-27 Greece

Compromise buys Greece time and Jihadi John is unmasked (part 1)

For our look back at the week's events we head to Athens, the scene of clashes between police and far-left protesters angry at the government for backing down in the face of...

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2015-02-20 Angela Merkel

Ukraine crisis continues despite ceasefire and English football racism in Paris

For our look back at the week's events we head to Athens for the latest on the eurozone talks, then on to the withdrawal of the Ukrainian troops in Debaltseve and the fate of the...

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2015-02-20 France

Greek debt talks and French economic reform

For our look back at the week's events we head to Athens for the latest on the eurozone talks, then on to the withdrawal of the Ukrainian troops in Debaltseve and the fate of the...

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2015-02-13 Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Strauss-Khan Takes The Stand: Ex-IMF Chief Testifies in Prostitution Case

In the world this week: a glimmer of hope for peace in Ukraine after marathon talks in Minsk, Nigerian islamist militants Boko Haram launch their first deadly attack on...

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