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Macron's EU speech at the Sorbonne in online reactions

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Which Europe will it be? Macron's strong push for multi-speed E.U.

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Shootouts between Mexican drug cartels and police; and what women use for their periods in India

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Rwanda banking on new technology to boost economy

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'No regrets' on FARC peace deal, says Colombia's Santos

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Colombia: How culture is helping to change a nation

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Chad added to US travel ban list

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Alstom, Siemens boards consider train builder merger

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'Macron's EU plans thwarted by German election'

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Political and social events from the Americas, with exclusive reports and interviews. Every Wednesday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

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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2017-09-20 Mexico

Mexico hit by another deadly earthquake

Mexico was rocked by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake earlier this week – on the day 32 years after another earthquake killed almost 10,000 people there. The latest quake hit just two...

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2017-09-13 USA

USA: The perilous mission of hurricane hunters

As Hurricane Irma approached the coast of Florida, the skies above were filled with planes and passengers rushing to escape the storm. Yet one of those flights was actually...

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2017-09-06 North Korea

North Korea and the United States: The story behind decades of tension

Amid increasing tensions on the Korean peninsula, the question being raised is the following: Exactly how far is North Korea prepared to go? Pyongyang carried out its sixth and...

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2017-08-30 Brazil

The mystery of 'twin town' in Brazil

In Brazil, a sleepy southern town is home to a fertility phenomenon: it holds the curious record for having the most twins in the world, ten times the global average. Theories...

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2017-08-23 USA

United States: Fearing Trump deportation, Haitians head to Canada

Since the beginning of the summer, an average of 500 Haitians have tried to cross the US-Canadian border every day. Once in Canada, they hope to be eligible for asylum. The...

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