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Latest update : 2011-11-22

Herman Cain fights on despite harassment allegations

Over the past month, US Republicans have been getting enthusiastic about an outsider presidential candidate, Herman Cain. The former pizza magnate is seen as a strong contender. Despite his campaign being damaged in recent weeks after allegations of sexual harassment emerged from four separate women, Cain remains joint top in the latest Gallup polls. So what is the key to his staying power?

By Charlotte LASSALLE , Philippe LEVASSEUR

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2017-09-26 Africa

Rwanda banking on new technology to boost economy

A high-tech revolution is underway in Rwanda. Some 80% of its territory is already reached by 4G mobile coverage, high-speed internet lines have been laid across the country, and...

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2017-09-25 Poland

Judicial reforms: Polish government on collision course with EU

Poland’s president has unveiled new proposals for an overhaul of the country’s judicial system. For the European Union, the proposals serve as critical pointers of whether Warsaw...

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2017-09-22 Germany

'Generation Merkel' yearns for continuity and stability

It's common for young people to vote against the status quo in elections. But that's not the case in Germany. The so-called "Merkel Generation" have only known one German...

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2017-09-21 Burma

Rohingya crisis: Monks with an ultranationalist agenda

During Burma's half a century of military dictatorship, the country's Buddhist monks became one of the main pillars of non-violent protest against the junta. But in the last few...

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2017-09-20 Asia-pacific

Are universities in Pakistan becoming a breeding ground for terrorism?

In recent years in Pakistan, a growing number of students from prestigious institutions have taken part in terrorist attacks. Unlike students from madrassas, which are under...

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