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'We might start an operation in Syria's Manbij,' says Turkish FM

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Couscous, protected by UNESCO? North Africa certainly hopes so!

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#ChooseFrance campaign aims to show 'France is back'

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BUSINESS DAILY

Davos 2018: Balancing tech risks and opportunities

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THE DEBATE

Erdogan's new front: Turkey takes on Syria's kurds (part 2)

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THE DEBATE

Erdogan's new front: Turkey takes on Syria's Kurds (part 1)

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BUSINESS DAILY

Davos 2018: Modi defends globalisation but warns it's losing its lustre

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Namibia's genocide: Descendants sue Germany for reparations

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THE INTERVIEW

Ex-president Lula is 'clearly innocent', Rousseff says

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

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.

Latest update : 2011-10-14

The World This Week - 14 October

François Picard’s panel explains how fast-shifting battle lines in the wider Middle East may have brought about that prisoner swap deal for Gilad Shilad; Also, Paris and Berlin promise a plan to fix the Eurozone and how an African Spring may be sooner than you think.

  • Sylvie KAUFFMANN. Editorial director, Le Monde;
  • Christopher DICKEY. Paris Bureau chief, Newsweek Magazine;
  • Danna HARMAN. Europe correspondent, Haaretz;
  • Tunde FATUNDE. Journalist, Lagos Guardian Newspaper.

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