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A fresh take on the news big and bizarre in the newspapers, on websites, blogs and social media. From Monday to Friday at 8.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2012-02-07

Interior minister Guéant stirs up 'civilisation' row

MEDIAWATCH FRANCE, Mon. 6/2/2012: France's Interior Minister - otherwise known as Mr. Controversy - is at it again. Claude Guéant said this weekend that "not all civilisations are equal". Many see this as a bid to poach votes from the far-right National Front. We take a look at the debate. Also, Angela Merkel openly supports Sarkozy's re-election bid...despite that fact that he hasn't yet declared his candidacy.

By James CREEDON

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2018-02-20 Afrin

Afrin, 'a war without images'

The French news website Mediapart has dubbed the Afrin offensive a "war without images" - we take a look at the Turkish media crackdown and how it is impacting on coverage in the...

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2018-02-19 shootings

Gun control continues to trend on US social media

We take a look at why the Parkland school shooting in Florida remains a major topic of public debate in US media, in particular because of the key role student activists are...

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2018-02-16 China

A controversial Chinese New Year

The must-see TV event of the Chinese New Year has left many people angry. CCTV's Spring Festival Gala caused uproar with its use of "blackface" on a Chinese actress. The sketch...

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2018-02-15 shootings

'Thoughts and prayers'

The US is averaging one school shooting every 60 hours so far in 2018. The latest school shooting in Florida has infuriated social media users who are demanding action and...

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2018-02-14 Jacob Zuma

Zuma resigns... on Valentine's Day

This programme went to air shortly before Jacob Zuma resigned - we take a look at press and social media exasperation at "The Long Goodbye". Also, it's the first Valentine's Day...

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