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'European countries should do more to resettle refugees'

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UN to Julian Assange's rescue? (Part 1)

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Syria: Assad on the offensive while peace talks stall (Part 2)

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Jihadists attack U.N. base in Mali

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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 : 2011-12-01

Justice served? Gbagbo at The Hague (part 2)

A milestone for some, victors' justice for others...Laurent Gbagbo now shares the same cell block as Charles Taylor. But will the International Criminal Court truly break a cycle of impunity in Ivory Coast?

  • Florence HARTMANN, Former spokesperson for the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and Yugoslavia, author of "Paix et Châtiment" ("Peace and Punishment");
  • Francis DAKO, Africa Coordinator, Coalition for the International Criminal Court (from Cotonou, Benin);
  • Matt WELLS, West Africa researcher, Human Rights Watch (from Washington); 
  • Bruce CLARK, Journalist, The Economist (from London).

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Produced by Mary Colombel, David Boratav, Yi Song, Pauline Heilmann

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2016-02-04 Syria

From bad to worse? Syria refugee crisis deepens, fighting intensifies (part 2)

On the ground in Syria, the situation is getting worse with news of starvation in besieged villages and the regime intensifying shelling around rebel-held Aleppo with Russian air...

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2016-02-04 Syria

From bad to worse? Syria refugee crisis deepens, fighting intensifies (part 1)

On the ground in Syria, the situation is getting worse with news of starvation in besieged villages and the regime intensifying shelling around rebel-held Aleppo with Russian air...

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2016-02-03 UK

Let's talk Brexit: Cameron defends EU proposal in front of UK parliament (part 2)

Sovereignty seems to be at the heart of what makes Britons tick. Britain wants to play by its own rules but unfortunately for David Cameron, that's not really the idea enshrined...

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2016-02-03 UK

Let's talk Brexit: Cameron defends EU proposal in front of UK parliament (part 1)

Sovereignty seems to be at the heart of what makes Britons tick. Britain wants to play by its own rules but unfortunately for David Cameron, that's not really the idea enshrined...

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2016-02-02 Bernie Sanders

Next stop New Hampshire: Race to White House more uncertain than ever (part 2)

As the candidates graduate to New Hampshire ahead of next Tuesday's first primary, there is all to play for. On the Democratic side, Monday saw the tightest Iowa Caucus ever with...

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