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Nigerian elections: early results show close race

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"Slap in the face" for Socialists in French local elections

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EYE ON AFRICA

Nigeria: Millions prepare to go to the polls on Saturday

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Nigeria: And the winner is... Tense wait for election results (part 2)

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Nigeria: And the winner is... Tense wait for election results (part 1)

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2015-03-30 17:45 ACCESS ASIA

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Jeanne Added on her classical pop-crossover

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BEYOND BUSINESS

Race of ideas: is the US pulling away from France?

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Video: A wind of freedom blowing in Kuwait

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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 : 2011-10-05

Science at what cost?

If belt-tightening has politicians eyeing cuts in funding, there’s nothing like Nobel prize-giving season to stir passion for science. François Picard’s panel notes growing enthusiasm among teenagers, but many think twice before committing themselves to the long, arduous slog to a doctorate.

  • Didier CHATENAY - Physicist, Researcher at the CNRS; Member of "Sauvons la recherche" ("Save research" committee);
  • Armand AJDARI - Research & Development, Saint-Gobain France;
  • Ludovic GARATTINI - President, Eurodoc (European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers);
  • Jack GROVE - Times Higher Education Magazine (from London).

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2015-03-30 Boko Haram

Nigeria: And the winner is... Tense wait for election results (part 2)

A "largely peaceful" vote in Nigeria's closest-ever presidential election - but how about the vote-counting? Both sides are on their guard as Africa's most populous nation waits...

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2015-03-30 Nigerian presidential elections

Nigeria: And the winner is... Tense wait for election results (part 1)

A "largely peaceful" vote in Nigeria's closest-ever presidential election - but how about the vote-counting? Both sides are on their guard as Africa's most populous nation waits...

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2015-03-26 Yemen

Yemen - The Escalation: Could Sunni-Shiite divide engulf the region? (part 2)

Yemen's no longer a proxy war in a remote location. A Saudi-led coalition has begun air strikes to stop the Iran-allied Houthi, who already control the capital, from taking over...

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2015-03-26 Yemen

Yemen - The Escalation: Could Sunni-Shiite divide engulf the region? (part 1)

Yemen's no longer a proxy war in a remote location. A Saudi-led coalition has begun air strikes to stop the Iran-allied Houthi, who already control the capital, from taking over...

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2015-03-25 plane crash

French Alps plane crash: Investigators have no explanation so far (part 1)

The rescue helicopters have been to-ing and fro-ing all day in the mountain town of Seyne-les-Alpes after the crash of Germanwings flight 9525. It will be days before we know...

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