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Latest update : 2012-03-20

The Algerian war: Painful scars of a turning point in history (part 3)

Even after 50 years, the scars run deep over what was the birth of one nation and the end of another’s colonial empire. François Picard’s panel discusses why France’s occupation of Algeria still remains taboo for many on both sides of the Mediterranean.

  • Brahim SADOUNI, Author, "Une blessure profonde";
  • Olivier TODD, Writer and journalist;
  • Bernard COLL, President, Association of Young "Pieds-noirs";
  • Phillip NAYLOR, Associate Professor, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

    Programme prepared and produced by Wassim Nasr, Anelise Borges, and Mary Colombel

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2016-06-27 Brexit

Messy Divorce: EU, UK scramble after Brexit vote (part 1)

Now that Britain's voted out, what's the plan? Among crisis talks and damage control, two schools of thought are emerging: the "cut the cord" crowd want to nip uncertainty in the...

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2016-06-27 Brexit

Messy Divorce: EU, UK scramble after Brexit vote (part 2)

Now that Britain's voted out, what's the plan? Among crisis talks and damage control, two schools of thought are emerging: the "cut the cord" crowd want to nip uncertainty in the...

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2016-06-24 Brexit

Britain votes out: What next?

On Thursday’s referendum Britain voted to leave the European Union. This morning David Cameron announced his resignation so the UK is expected to have a new prime minister by...

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2016-06-23 Brexit

Brexit Referendum: Brits hit the polls to decide whether UK should stay or go (part 1)

It’s decision day for the UK as over 46 million people are registered to vote in the Brexit referendum. And in the run-up to voting day the polls have the Leave and Remain camps...

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2016-06-23 Brexit

Brexit Referendum: Brits hit the polls to decide whether UK should stay or go (part 2)

It’s decision day for the UK as over 46 million people are registered to vote in the Brexit referendum. And in the run-up to voting day the polls have the Leave and Remain camps...

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