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Latest update : 2011-12-07

Saving Carthage's ruins

"Carthage must be destroyed!" These famous words from the Roman statesman Cato the Elder ring with irony in modern day Tunisia. Former President Ben Ali delisted the UNESCO heritage site so that his relatives could build plush properties on the site of the Roman ruins. Tunisia's new government has promised action to preserve them, but reconciling developers and archeologists is proving difficult.

By David THOMSON

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2016-12-08 Middle East

Video: Iraq's 'Golden Division' troops in the battle for Mosul

An exclusive report from our journalists Matthieu Mabin and Noreddine Bezziou, who have been embedded with the Iraqi anti-terrorism forces on the frontline in Mosul. It has been...

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2016-12-07 Africa

Ghana votes in tight presidential race

Ghanaians are heading to the polls to elect a new president. The incumbent, John Dramani Mahama, is running for a second term and says he has a "very good" chance of winning....

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2016-12-06 South Korea

Park's presidency hanging by thin thread

Park Geun-hye's days as South Korea’s president appear to be numbered right now. Every weekend, for more than a month, hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets...

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2016-12-05 Italy

Italy's rural south welcomes refugees with open arms

The year 2016 is shaping up to be a record year for the arrival of asylum seekers in Italy. Since January, around 170,000 have arrived on the shores of the peninsula including...

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2016-12-02 Europe

Video: Far right at the gates of power in Austria

Austria's far-right candidate Norbert Hofer gets another shot at becoming president in a second-round vote on Sunday after a May election was annulled by the constitutional court...

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