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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 : 2012-02-29

Is Germany turning a blind eye to neo-Nazi crimes?

Between 2000 and 2006, members of the terrorist National Socialist Underground cell planted bombs and murdered ten people, including nine foreigners. Police attributed the crimes to the mafia until a combination of clues helped them discover the real perpetrators. How had the German authorities been blind to the neo-Nazi links behind the hate crimes for so long? Our correspondents Anne Mailliet, Brice Boussouar and Jessica Saltz investigate.

By Jessica SALTZ , Brice BOUSSOUAR , Anne MAILLIET

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2017-09-18 Asia-pacific

Rohingyas crowd into makeshift camps in Bangladesh after fleeing Burma

On the border between Burma and Bangladesh, the exodus of Rohingya people continues. In less than a month, more than 400,000 of them have crossed the border into neighbouring...

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2017-09-15 Africa

Violent youth gangs spread terror in Abidjan

In Ivory Coast, violent youth gangs are spreading terror across the economic capital Abidjan. For several weeks now, these groups of delinquents - some as young as ten - have...

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2017-09-14 Middle East

War in Yemen: Are Western weapons being used against civilians?

Since March 2015, Saudi Arabia has been leading a coalition of Arab states waging war in Yemen to overthrow the Houthi rebels, a pro-Iran Shiite militia which controls the...

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2017-09-13 Europe

How migrants struggle to cross the Italy-France border

France has pledged to take in 30,000 migrants, currently in Greece or Italy, by the end of 2017. But so far, fewer than 2,000 are believed to have been relocated to France. At...

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2017-09-12 Asia-pacific

India threatens to deport undocumented Rohingyas

More than 300,000 Rohingyas have fled recent violence in Burma to find refuge in Bangladesh. But some 40,000 Rohingyas, most of whom fled their homeland years ago, currently live...

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