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Fashion: Highlights of 2014

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'If the missing AirAsia plane crashed, 2014 was one of deadliest years in almost a decade'

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Search for AirAsia jet continues

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Syria unrest: Are the Arab League observers doing their job?

After failing to put down anti-government protests with brute force, the regime of Bashar al-Assad has decided to bow to foreign pressure and allow a team of observers into the country. Their goal: find out whether Damascus is respecting its promise to end violence and pull its army out of residential areas. Cyril Vanier and his panel discuss whether the observers have what it takes to carry out this mission.

  • Haitham MALEH, Syrian activist;
  • Ole SOLVANG, Emergencies researcher, Human Rights Watch;
  • Melissa BELL, France 24 International Affairs Editor;
  • Julien PAIN, France 24 Observers;
  • Walid PHARES, Professor, National Defense University.

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2014-12-26 Vladimir Putin

The World This Year (part 2)

From the jihadist surge to Putin’s greater Russia, Asia’s new strongmen to the world according to FIFA, François Picard's round table of Paris-based journalists offer the long...

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2014-12-26 terrorism

The World This Year (part 1)

From the jihadist surge to Putin’s greater Russia, Asia’s new strongmen to the world according to FIFA, François Picard's round table of Paris-based journalists offer the long...

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2014-12-24 culture

The Future of the Book

Will struggling writers struggle even more in the digital age? Many authors and bookstore owners fret over Amazon's power over the publishing industry. François Picard's panel...

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2014-12-24 culture

The Future of the Book (part 2)

Will struggling writers struggle even more in the digital age? Many authors and bookstore owners fret over Amazon's power over the publishing industry. François Picard's panel...

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2014-12-23 Catholic Church

Pope's Scathing Tidings: Pontiff Blasts 'Illnesses' at Vatican's Heart (part 2)

The Pope has taken on the cardinals. In his annual Christmas address, Pope Francis took high-ranking clergy to task, telling them, in essence, that they weren't spiritual enough....

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