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Thirteen years after Bali bombings, tourists return but painful memories remain

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Journey to Antarctica, a continent under threat

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Retailers eager to cash in as Black Friday kicks off

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Latest update : 2012-01-26

Iran oil embargo: what consequences for Europe?

Europe is weaning itself off Iranian crude after the EU adopted an embargo on oil coming from the Islamic Republic. It now has to find other sources to meet its energy needs. Next, Egypt commemorates one year since the January 25th mass protests that kicked off its revolution. Finally, he was just a maths professor but now he has become a target. Our reporters meet with a Syrian activist who fled his country after receiving death threats.



2015-11-24 Islamic State (IS) group

How does the Islamic State group make its money?

This week, we focus on the financing of the Islamic State group, which could be key to bringing it down. We look at the terrorist group's financial strength and at the West's...

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2015-11-10 Sinai

Egypt: Spotlight on security in the Sinai peninsula

This week, security in Egypt's Sinai peninsula is in the spotlight after the Metrojet plane crash. The Islamic State group claims it was behind the disaster which killed all 224...

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2015-11-03 Turkey

Turkey: Who is Ahmet Davutoglu, Erdogan's right-hand man?

This week, we focus on Turkey, where the AKP won a surprising outright majority in Sunday's general election, after failing to do so in June. We bring you a profile of Prime...

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2015-10-27 Turkey

Inside Adiyaman, Turkey's jihadist hotbed

This week, with Islamic State group jihadists posing a growing threat to Turkey, we report from Adiyaman, a city that's proved to be a hotbed of suicide bombers.

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2015-10-20 Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Israel: Violence prompts rush for guns, self-defence classes

In this edition, we look at how Israelis are taking matters into their own hands to protect themselves after three weeks of violence which shows no signs of dying down.

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