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Can Italy's Prime minister live up to his ambitious agenda?

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Latest update : 2012-05-30

Egypt second round run-off turns ugly

Egypt's presidential run-off next month will pit former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq against Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Mursi. An outcome branded a nightmare scenario by many of those whose protests ousted Hosni Mubarak last year. As each candidate seeks to win allies and woo the Egyptian public, the campaign is becoming increasingly divisive. On Monday night Ahmed Shafiq's campaign HQ was attacked.

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2014-10-02 Italy

Can Italy's Prime minister live up to his ambitious agenda?

At only 39, Matteo Renzi is Italy's youngest ever Prime minister. Just over seven months into the job, he enjoys strong approval ratings. The former mayor of Florence has...

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2014-09-30 Iraq

The Iraqi TV show where victims confront terrorists

It’s 1am in Baghdad, a city under curfew, and the streets of Karrada, a central district in the Iraqi capital, are swarming with nervous security personnel.

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2014-10-01 Germany

Germany: Spread of radical Islam propaganda sparks concerns

Our correspondents in Germany have been investigating a surge in ultra-conservative Islam, which ranges from so-called "sharia patrols" who pressure Muslim women to wear veils,...

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2014-09-29 Egypt

Egypt's push against atheism and 'non-believers'

In Egypt a growing number of young people are identifying as atheists. On paper, Egypt protects freedom of religious beliefs, but this does not extend to those who reject...

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2014-09-26 France

Americans in Paris!

Last report in our series celebrating Paris's rich cultural diversity: natives of both the North and South of the American Continent now call Paris home. They've brought with...

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