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Cannes 2017: Nicole Kidman, Queen of the festival

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Abdelmadjid Tebboune named new Algerian prime minister

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Which way for West Africa? - part 2

One month ago, it was Senegal’s democracy seemed in trouble. But instead, it’s the coup in neighbouring Mali that caught everyone off guard. François Picard’s panel looks at what went wrong in Bamako… and right in Dakar.

  • Mamadou DIOUF, Director of the Institute of African Studies at Columbia University
  • MICHAEL KIRTLEY, Journalist at Geo Magazine, Newsweek Africa International, National Geographic
  • Dr. Chris Fomunyoh, NDI Senior Associate for Africa

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2017-05-25 NATO

Trump at NATO: What future for the Atlantic Alliance? (part 2)

US President Donald Trump is this Thursday in a city he once described as a "hellhole" for talks with leaders from an alliance he once called "obsolete". So perhaps it is no...

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2017-05-25 NATO

Trump at NATO: What future for the Atlantic Alliance? (part 1)

US President Donald Trump is this Thursday in a city he once described as a "hellhole" for talks with leaders from an alliance he once called "obsolete". So perhaps it is no...

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2017-05-24 Cannes Film Festival 2017

We'll always have Cannes: World's most famous film festival turns 70 (part 2)

Cannes will always be Cannes. Or so it seems. The world's most famous film festival is celebrating its 70th edition: a frenzied fortnight of screenings, parties and deal-making...

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2017-05-24 Cannes Film Festival 2017

We'll always have Cannes: World's most famous film festival turns 70 (part 1)

Cannes will always be Cannes. Or so it seems. The world's most famous film festival is celebrating its 70th edition: a frenzied fortnight of screenings, parties and deal-making...

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2017-05-23 Manchester arena attack

Manchester attack: What reponse after latest act of terror? (part 2)

The United Kingdom is coming to grips with its worst terror attack since the London transport bombings of 2005. A suicide bomber detonated his improvised explosive device in the...

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