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EU ombudsman: 'Just raising an issue can be sufficient to change things'

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TALKING EUROPE

Trouble in the eurozone: New Italian government puts pressure on establishment

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Celebrations after Mexico's win against Germany prompts 'fan-made' earthquake

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France's Basque country, where singing is sacred

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PERSPECTIVE

Charitable donations: 'By 2024, we believe giving will be the norm'

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Ex-Carrefour boss urged to give up €13 million retirement package

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EYE ON AFRICA

Egypt, Morocco lose first World Cup matches after conceding last-minute goals

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Macron likes his china fancy

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

World Cup kicks off; Trump hits back at critics; Migrant crisis divides EU

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FRANCE IN FOCUS

An in-depth look at the political and social events shaping France. Every Friday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2011-09-02

Socialist primaries: all for one, but each one for himself

This week we head to the Socialist Party's summer camp as France's main opposition party gears up for its primaries. Also, lawmakers consider abolishing some tax breaks after a report revealed they cost the government billions of euros every year. Finally we follow Jerome Hamon, the first person in history to have a total face transplant.

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2018-06-15 France

The Jewish community's place in French society

France is home to the largest Jewish community in Europe. But their quest for a place in French society has been a turbulent one. In some towns, the Jewish population has been...

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2018-06-08 architecture

Standing the test of time: Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris

In this week's edition, we're at one of the most visited places in the French capital: Notre Dame de Paris. We show you around this magnificent Gothic cathedral and tell you...

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2018-06-01 France

Drinking water: What goes down the drain?

This week we’re talking about a mundane yet vital issue: drinking water! Each year, France loses 1.3 trillion liters of water, which is the equivalent of 430,000 Olympic swimming...

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2018-05-18 France

French and noble in 2018: What remains of France's aristocracy?

This week we're at the Château de Courson, a stunning 17th-century property. It's the perfect backdrop for this week's show because we're talking about the French nobility. It's...

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2018-05-11 France

May 68: When France took a stand

This week marks the fiftieth anniversary of May 68 in France. It started as a student movement, but quickly turned into a full-blown political and generational clash. This period...

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