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EU health check: Should the EU increase cross-border care?

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France's new president: Can Macron keep spirit of hope alive?

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Lebanese prodigy Niveen Khabshab revolutionises cancer treatment

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Campaigning kicks off in France for high-stakes parliamentary elections

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'Welcome to Jerusalem, Mr. President'

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Video: Can Israeli-Palestinian talks succeed under Trump?

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Cannes 2017: Arnold Schwarzenegger is back

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THE DEBATE

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

Latest update : 2011-10-07

The book of Jobs: the lasting legacy of Apple's founder (part 2)

While Jeff Jarvis puts Steve Jobs on a par with Guttenberg, differences abound over the lasting legacy of the Apple co-founder. Dean Hovey, who worked on the inception of the mouse for Apple, recalls a man who could take an invention and turn it into an innovation.

  • Jeff JARVIS, Author of "Public Parts" - from New York
  • Aude BARON, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, nouvelobs.com
  • Eric OLANDER, France 24 Digital media editor
  • Philippe AIGRAIN, Co-founder, "La Quadrature du Net" (citizen group defending internet freedoms)
  • Dean HOVEY, President and CEO, Digifit - from Santa Barbara, California, USA.

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2017-05-22 Middle East

Video: Can Israeli-Palestinian talks succeed under Trump?

FRANCE 24, on Sunday, hosted a debate between former Israeli foreign minister Tzipi Livni and chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat during the World Economic Forum on the...

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2017-05-18 Middle East

Iran presidential election: High stakes poll goes down to wire (part 1)

On Friday, Iranians will vote in the first presidential election since the 2015 nuclear agreement, when the country agreed to roll back its nuclear programme in exchange for an...

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2017-05-18 Iranian elections

Iran presidential election: High stakes poll goes down to wire (part 2)

On Friday, Iranians will vote in the first presidential election since the 2015 nuclear agreement, when the country agreed to roll back its nuclear programme in exchange for an...

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2017-05-17 Emmanuel Macron

French revolution: Will Macron blow up traditional left-right divide? (part 2)

Monday's naming of a prime minister from the Les Républicains party already split the main French centre-right bloc that just a few months ago was the heavy favourite to win the...

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2017-05-17 Emmanuel Macron

French revolution: Will Macron blow up traditional left-right divide? (part 1)

Monday's naming of a prime minister from the Les Républicains party already split the main French centre-right bloc that just a few months ago was the heavy favourite to win the...

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