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20 years of Harry Potter

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Modi meets Trump: The ties that bind US and India leaders

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Left-wing activism on the rise in the United States

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'Huge failure' on refugee crisis is 'existential problem for EU'

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Divisions over migration policy: What should the EU do?

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A trip through France's breathtaking Auvergne region

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When Modi met Trump: Budding romance or one-night stand?

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How to counter Islamic State group propaganda?

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Coal power plant in Senegal worries residents; and the Venezuelan TV show... in a bus

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Political and social events from the Middle East, with exclusive reports and interviews. Tuesday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2011-12-06

Syrian crackdown: undercover in Homs

We bring you an exclusive report by TV channel France 2 from the Syrian city of Homs, where foreign reporters are not welcome. Meanwhile, the Muslim Brotherhood expects a big win in Egypt's parliamentary elections - we look back on the movement's troubled history. Finally, any healthy democratic life comes with its dose of satire. One Egyptian man has launched a comedy show poking fun at politicians.

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2017-06-20 Lebanon

Lebanese cuisine: Traditional dishes and drinks during Ramadan

We're joined in the studio by renowned chef Karim Haidar, who founded the Academy of Arab Cuisine here in Paris. He tell us about the dishes that are served during the holy...

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2017-06-13 Syria

War in Syria: On the frontline in Raqqa

Syrian Democratic Forces are tightening the noose around Raqqa, the Islamic State group's stronghold in Syria. As the troops edge closer to recapturing the key city, we bring you...

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2017-06-07 Egypt

Egypt: The success of TV series during Ramadan

Muslims around the world are fasting from sunrise to sunset as part of the holy month of Ramadan. To offer some distraction, some people trade in food for a daily diet of...

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2017-05-30 Middle East

Masculinity in the Middle East: New report reveals surprising results

This week, we're joined by author Shereen El Feki to delve into the gender and sexual politics underpinning the region. She oversaw a study with NGO Promundo and UN women, in...

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2017-05-24 West Bank

Meeting 'cultural activist' and soprano Dima Bawab

This week, we introduce you to soprano Dima Bawab. A Jordanian citizen born to Palestinian parents, she has been singing since the tender age of four. Dima is now putting her...

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