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The World This Week - 29 August 2014

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ENCORE!

Alain Choquette: A Hilarious Magician in Paris

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FOCUS

France welcomes Iraqi Christian refugees

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FRANCE IN FOCUS

Emmanuel Macron: A new economy minister with a pro-business agenda

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THE OBSERVERS

More of this year's best Observers stories

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#TECH 24

Changing the world, one video game at a time

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IN THE PAPERS

Socialist Party summer conference kicks off in explosive atmosphere

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IN THE PAPERS

Canada and Russia exchange snarky tweets

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AFRICA NEWS

Ebola in Nigeria: First death outside of Lagos

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Political and social events from the Americas, with exclusive reports and interviews. Our journalists also give you a quirky take on the news! Every Wednesday at 4.15 pm Paris time.

INSIDE THE AMERICAS

INSIDE THE AMERICAS

Latest update : 2012-05-24

Quebec's students take to the streets over rise in tuition fees

We start in Canada, where peaceful protests turn riotous as students take to the streets to voice their opposition to government plans to hike university tuition fees. Next, in the US, we look at a case that has touched a nerve among gay rights activists - a man is jailed for 30 days for filming his college roommate's gay kiss. Finally, we get up close with Hawaii's lava hunters - a few intrepid tourists in search of Hawaii's active volcano Kilauea.

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2014-08-28 immigration

US journalist Peter Theo Curtis freed in Syria

This week, after 22 months of captivity in Syria, reporter Peter Theo Curtis has returned home to the US. Next, Ferguson, Missouri says its final farewell to Michael Brown....

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2014-08-20 USA

Ferguson riots: Pressure mounts on Obama

The shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Missouri has unveiled deep-seated racial tensions in the US, and pressure is mounting on President Obama. Next, in northern...

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2014-08-13 racism

USA: Police shooting sparks angry protests

This week, protests in Missouri turn violent as anger over the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown runs high. He was shot by the police. Next, Venezuela closes crossings with...

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2014-08-07 water

Cuba: USAID hit by spying scandal

This week, new tensions flare up between the US and Cuba. Havana says a US development agency has been trying to recruit anti-government activists from nearby nations. Also,...

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2014-07-31 WWI centenary

Diplomatic strain for John Kerry

As John Kerry continues his globetrotting, landing this week in India, we focus on the biggest challenge of his term as Secretary of State so far: the Israeli-Palestinian...

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