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Iraq's Christians: Nowhere to Run? (part 2)

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France commemorates a hero of the left

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Iraq's Christians: Nowhere to Run?

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Fake Twitter accounts spread chinese propaganda

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Gaza conflict: Palestinians mark sombre Eid

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Celebrities in the Israel-Gaza crossfire

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Live from the newsroom, we provide an overview of the stories making the French and international newspaper headlines. From Monday to Friday at 7.20 am and 9.20 am Paris time.

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Latest update : 2012-05-11

Gay Marriage: Obama and Hollande say 'I do'!

FRENCH PAPERS, Fri. 11/05/12: Libération reacts to President Barack Obama’s endorsement of gay marriage. The left-leaning daily points out that President elect François Hollande promised to legalise homosexual marriage and adoption during his campaign.

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2014-07-31 Barack Obama

Germany and Russia discuss secret Ukraine deal

Live from the newsroom, France 24's Oliver Farry gives an overview of the international newspaper headlines.

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2014-07-31 France

France commemorates a hero of the left

Live from the newsroom, FRANCE 24's Oliver Farry provides an overview of the French newspaper headlines.

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2014-07-30 Middle East

Israeli strike takes out Gaza power station

Live from the newsroom, FRANCE 24's Oliver Farry provides an overview of world newspaper headlines.

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2014-07-30 Russia

French newspaper apologises for Sarkozy story

Live from the newsroom, FRANCE 24's Oliver Farry provides an overview of the French newspaper headlines.

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2014-07-29 John Kerry

Netanyahu says Gaza operation will not end quickly

Netanyahu says that Israel will have no quick exit from Gaza, while Washington angrily dismisses accusations by Israel that John Kerry was biased in ceasefire proposals.

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