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Literary giant Russell Banks on freedom of speech

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Majority of EU citizens 'support transatlantic trade deal'

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Ukraine's finance minister: Kiev 'needs a substantial amount of money'

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Twitter storm as IMF boss hails late Saudi king as 'strong advocate of women'

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Paris Men's Fashion, Fall/Winter 2015: Freedom of speech triumphs

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Greece 'set to run out of money by March'

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'Syriza has opened a breach'

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Greece's political earthquake

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Hashtag battle over Venezuelan president's address to nation

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Latest update : 2011-12-14

5,000 killed and counting: UN showdown over killing in Syria

The United Nations Security Council remains squarely divided over Syria despite grim UN figures that point to a 20% spike in killings in just the past ten days. François Picard’s panel looks at what might make Russia budge.

  • Sadek SALEM, Syrian activist;
  • Vincent FLOREANI, French Foreign Ministry spokesman;
  • Marietje SCHAAKE, MEP, Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe;
  • Katherine VAN DE VATE, US State Department spokesperson.

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2015-01-23 Davos forum

Davos debate: Can big business agree on climate deal? (part 2)

With just over ten months to go before the UN climate change conference in Paris, how can a comprehensive global climate deal be achieved? FRANCE 24's Markus Karlsson put the...

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2015-01-23 Davos forum

Davos debate: Can big business agree on climate deal?

With just over ten months to go before the UN climate change conference in Paris, how can a comprehensive global climate deal be achieved? FRANCE 24's Markus Karlsson put the...

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2015-01-22 eurozone

Make or break moment for the euro: Will unprecedented bond-buying beat deflation? (part 2)

The European Central Bank is embarking on an unprecedented 18-month bond-buying experiment, to the tune of 60 billion euros a month through September of next year. ECB president...

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2015-01-22 eurozone

Make or break moment for the euro: Will unprecedented bond-buying beat deflation? (part 1)

The European Central Bank is embarking on an unprecedented 18-month bond-buying experiment, to the tune of 60 billion euros a month through September of next year. ECB president...

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2015-01-21 Manuel Valls

France's urban 'apartheid': Paris attacks rattle the Republic's model of integration (part 1)

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has warned of a "cultural, ethnic, and territorial apartheid" in this country and of the government's responsibility to build social cohesion....

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