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NATO chief Stoltenberg: US is 'strongly committed to Alliance'

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South Sudan's refugee crisis has reached catastrophic proportions, the UN warns

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Famine in South Sudan: More than 100,000 people face starvation

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'Last Night in Sweden'? Trump's comment causes confusion

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Mosul offensive: New phase in battle for Iraq's second city (part 1)

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Mosul offensive: New phase in battle for Iraq's second city (part 2)

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Kiwi indie heroes The Naked and Famous reflect on life after 'Young Blood'

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France's election: 'The Russians are doing what they can to bring down Macron'

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Our Focus programme brings you exclusive reports from around the world. From Monday to Friday at 7.45 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2012-12-31

Israeli TV crew manages to enter Syria for first time

For the first time ever, an Israeli TV crew has managed to enter Syria. Two Channel2 journalists, Itai Anghel and Amir Tibon, recently travelled to Khirbet el-Joz in the region of Idlib. While pro-Syrian regime media claim that Syrian rebels helped end escorted the Israeli journalists, Itai Anghel denies this and tells FRANCE 24 more about his work.

Report prepared by Wassim Nasr.

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2017-02-20 Americas

North Dakota: Sioux tribe stands firm against pipeline project

In the US state of North Dakota, members of the Sioux tribe of Standing Rock have been defying oil companies and authorities for several months. They want them to scrap a plan...

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2017-02-17 Americas

A closer look at former Colombian president Uribe's murky past

Colombia recently reached a historic peace deal with FARC rebels, but that's not to everyone's liking. In parliament, the peace process has a strong adversary in Alvaro Uribe,...

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2017-02-16 Americas

Islamophobia on the rise in Quebec

On January 29, six Muslims were shot dead at a mosque in Quebec City, Canada by a far-right extremist. But the shocking attack did not come as a complete surprise to the local...

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2017-02-15 Poland

Polish military hit by exodus of top generals

US President Donald Trump complains that NATO members don't pay their way, but Poland is one of only five nations that does meet its commitment to spend at least 2% of GDP on...

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2017-02-14 Europe

German region struggles to fill jobs amid labour shortage

As the jobless rate in Germany’s southwestern state of Baden-Wüttemberg falls below 4 percent, the dearth of qualified workers means businesses are struggling to fill vacant...

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