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Overfishing and the global appetite for bluefin tuna: can Tokyo turn the tide?

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Who's next in Paris, an event with international ready-to-wear and fashion accessories collections

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Tunisia's Carthage International Festival turns 50

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Muslims and Christians clean up Bangui, and violence spirals out of control in Algeria's Gardaia

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Is there such thing as 'telegenic' victims of war?

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2014-07-22 07:21 IN THE FRENCH PRESS

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Michel Sidibé, UNAIDS Executive Director

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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

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Latest update : 2012-04-25

Europe's far right: from fringe to mainstream (part 2)

They say multiculturalism has failed. They say mass immigration is a threat to national identity. They don't trust the European Union or their own elected leaders. This is the modern face of the far-right. Marine Le Pen is the perfect example of how the far-right has moved from the fringe to the mainstream across Western Europe. Laura Baines and her panel discuss how this trend has emerged, and whether it is set to continue.

  • David HANLEY, Professor of European Politics, University of Portsmouth;
  • Jacqueline HÉNARD, Writer and polical analyst;
  • Laurent CHAMBON, Political Analyst;
  • Tharsy PETROPOULOS, Chief Editor, Athens News.

Watch the first part here

Produced by Sara Bertilsson, Mary Colombel and Wassim Nasr. 

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2014-07-21 Paris

Israel-Gaza, From Bad to Worse? With no Ceasefire in Sight, Conflict Spillover Felt Elsewhere (part 2)

How long can it go on? Fourteen days into the conflict, Israelis and Palestinians are still answering fire with fire. We knew then that hardliners on both sides were ready to dig...

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2014-07-21 anti-Semitism

Israel-Gaza, From Bad to Worse? With no Ceasefire in Sight, Conflict Spillover Felt Elsewhere

How long can it go on? Fourteen days into the conflict, Israelis and Palestinians are still answering fire with fire. We knew then that hardliners on both sides were ready to dig...

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2014-07-16 European Union

Juncker's Europe: A New Age of Growth?

Jean-Claude Juncker's nomination as the next president of the European Commission signals the start of a new era in Brussels. Juncker was a controversial choice - at least one EU...

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2014-07-16 European Union

Juncker's Europe: A New Age of Growth? (part 2)

Jean-Claude Juncker's nomination as the next president of the European Commission signals the start of a new era in Brussels. Juncker was a controversial choice - at least one EU...

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2014-07-15 Germany

Germany's Winning Habit: How Does the Mannschaft Dominate On and Off the Field?

Germany's all-conquering footballers have brought home the sport's top prize. The win in many ways shows much about the German method. A way of approaching sport, business and...

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