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'Welcome to your new life (in prison)' Danish paper says to convicted killer Peter Madsen

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Handshakes and private toilets: How Koreas' summit is planned to (media) perfection

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South African unions strike over proposed minimum wage

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Access to books: ‘Libraries are at the very heart of what makes people free’

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Facebook adds users, boosts revenue despite data scandal

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Macron on Capitol Hill: Speech before Congress emphasises 'democratic values'

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THE DEBATE

Macron in Washington: Can he change Trump's foreign policy?

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Catalonia's pro-independence movement tempted by radicalisation

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Film show: 'May ’68', Director’s Fortnight reloaded, 'A Paris Education'

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THE INTERVIEW

An interview with a French or international personality from the world of economics, politics, culture or diplomacy. Every Wednesday at 4.45 pm Paris time and Saturday at 7.45 am.

Latest update : 2011-10-27

Jean Ziegler, UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food (2000-2008)

The world’s population is set to reach seven billion and will keep growing fast. How can we feed seven billion people and prevent a world food crisis? According to Jean Ziegler, who was UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food from 2000 to 2008, a child dies of hunger every five seconds. He points to several causes, such as rising food prices due to speculation as well as agricultural subsidies in Western countries.

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2018-04-21 Australia

Strengthening ties Down Under: The man charged with promoting Australia in France

As President Emmanuel Macron will be making his first trip to Australia in May, Annette Young talks to Brendan Berne, the Australian ambassador to France. This as Australia marks...

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2018-04-19 Syria

Head of UN entity probing war crimes in Syria speaks to FRANCE 24

French judge Catherine Marchi-Uhel is the head of the UN entity investigating serious crimes in Syria, the International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism (IIIM). As the panel...

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2018-04-15 radicalisation

'Radicalized Loyalties': The roots of extremism in France

Our guest is Fabien Truong, a sociologist and professor at Paris 8 University. In the 2000s, he worked as a teacher in several high schools in the underprivileged Paris suburbs....

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2018-04-10 Algeria

'Algiers gives go-ahead for beatification of slain French monks', FM says

In an interview with FRANCE 24, Algerian Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel said Algiers has "given the go-ahead" for the beatification of seven French monks killed in Algeria...

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2018-04-10 Ireland

'Brexit could have dire consequences for Ireland,' Gerry Adams tells FRANCE 24

FRANCE 24 spoke to former Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams, an architect of the Good Friday Agreement signed 20 years ago that brought an end to decades of bloodshed in Northern...

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