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The World this Week - September 19th, 2014

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Coalition split on 'English votes for English laws'

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IN THE PAPERS

French papers react to Sarkozy's TV return

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WEB NEWS

Brazil's presidential election seen from the web

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WEB NEWS

Ivory Coast launches the "Soap Bucket Challenge"

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#TECH 24

Anonymous Vs ISIS

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AFRICA NEWS

Ebola virus: US to send 3,000 troops to West Africa

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Nigeria attack: Bomb blast in college in Kano

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AFRICA NEWS

Ebola: Lockdown brings Sierra Leone capital to a halt

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Latest update : 2012-05-31

Tipping point in Syria? - Houla massacre raises the stakes

After the expulsion of more than a dozen Syrian ambassadors around the world, how far will the backlash go over the massacre of 108 citizens, more than a third of them children? François Picard’s panel argues over the ability to pressure Russia to drop its support for the regime of Bashar al-Assad.

  • Vincent FLORIANI, Deputy Spokesperson for the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
  • Monzer MAKHOUS, Syrian National Council Member and Coordinator for the European Union;
  • Marietje SCHAAKE, MEP, Alliance for Liberals and Democrats in Europe, Spokesperson for Syria
  • Anton KOZLOV, Associate Professor at the American Graduate School of Paris.

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    Program prepared and produced by Christopher Davies, Sara Bertilsson and Mary Colombel

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The World this Week - September 19th, 2014

In The World This Week: Scotland says no to independence, the US and France deploy troops in Iraq and West Africa, China's President Xi Jinping makes a landmark visit to India.

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2014-09-18 UK

Scotland Referendum: Will They Stay or Will They Go?

This Thursday Scots are answering the simple question: "Should Scotland be an independent country?" All day on Thursday there have been long lines outside polling stations as the...

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2014-09-18 French politics

Hollande Press Conference: French President Tackles Record Unpopularity

With the French president's popularity at a record low, and after a vitriolic kiss-and-tell book by former first lady Valérie Trierweiler, François Hollande this Thursday faced...

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2014-09-17 referendum

If Scotland Says 'Aye': Polls Say Indpendence Referendum Too Close to Call

It's too close to call. On Thursday, Scotland decides whether or not to sever ties with London, ties that date back over 300 years. Momentum has swung both ways in the final week...

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2014-09-17 Scottish independence

If Scotland Says 'Aye': Polls Say Independence Referendum Too Close to Call (part 2)

It's too close to call. On Thursday, Scotland decides whether or not to sever ties with London, ties that date back over 300 years. Momentum has swung both ways in the final week...

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