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Latest update : 2011-09-13

Massoud, the lion of Panjshir

This report takes us back to two days before September 11th 2001, in the Panjshir Valley of Afghanistan. Commander Ahmed Shah Massoud, a warlord renowned for his fight against the Soviets, was killed by fake TV journalists. The murder bore the hallmarks of an al Qaeda operation. Ten years on, our correspondent Olivier Joulie went back to the scene to discover the lasting influence of Massoud.

By Olivier Joulie

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2015-09-04 Hungary

Video: Alongside migrants near Hungary’s razor wire fence

Every day, hundreds of migrants set off on the so-called Balkan route, one of the busiest irregular passages to Europe. Although longer, but less dangerous than that across the...

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2015-08-27 Sahara

Meet the French troops hunting jihadists in Sahel

We take you inside "Operation Barkhane", France's anti-terrorist operation in Africa’s Sahel and Sahara.

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2015-08-21 Kenya

Kenya's Iten: Home of athletic champions

The small town of Iten in Kenya is a long distance runner’s paradise. Dozens of champions have trained in the town, situated at an altitude of 2,600 metres. It has become the...

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2015-08-14 Afghanistan

The Afghan interpreters left behind by the French army

At the end of 2014, the French army completely withdrew from Afghanistan. But it left behind its former Afghan interpreters who now live in fear of the Taliban, who accuse them...

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2015-07-21 Iran

Iran: How the nuclear deal was done

On July 14th, Iran and six world powers struck a deal that brought an end to over 12 years of bitter stalemate. Tehran, suspected by some nations of attempting to acquire an...

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