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Latest update : 2012-01-05

'Nasty piece of work'

MEDIAWATCH FRANCE, 04/01/12: An alleged insult by François Hollande is getting a lot of attention in the French media. The Socialist presidential candidate reportedly called Nicolas Sarkozy a "nasty piece of work" in off-the-record remarks. Sarkozy supporters have called on Hollande to apologise, while Hollande says his words were taken out of context and has spoken out against a useless controversy.

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2014-08-20 Syria

'New York Post' slammed for publishing ISIS execution images

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2014-08-19 media

#IceBucketChallenge and hashtag activism

Is it "narcissim dressed up as altruism" as some have claimed? We take a look at the "IceBucketChallange" campaign and other campaigns on social media for valid causes that are...

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2014-08-18 riots

#Ferguson on Twitter

News websites are analysing the role Twitter has played in the coverage of unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. Elsewhere, a French right-wing politician, Nadine Morano, has drawn...

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2014-08-15 France

French Defence Ministry live-tweets southern landings

70 years after they happened, France commemorates the southern landings of 1944 which - along with the D-Day landings 10 weeks beforehand - contributed to the liberation of...

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2014-08-14 finance

Photoshoot of French finance minister in rowboat sums up economic woes

A photoshoot of Michel Sapin, the French finance minister, in a rowboat comes at a bad time with figures released today showing the French economy has flatlined in the second...

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