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The River Seine, the lifeblood of the French capital

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Remote learning brings hope to Brazil’s rural poor

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'The Little Prince', from the book to the screen

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A new player in Syria's war

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Bangladesh: Secular bloggers live in fear after spate of killings

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Calais migrant crisis: Risking death for a better life

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Former Top Gear host given second chance by Amazon

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Europe's blame game: Finger-pointing continues as Calais migrant crisis worsens (part 2)

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Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week’s international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Latest update : 2012-06-04

God save the Queen - June 1, 2012 (part 2)

The Houla massacre may be a turning point in Syria but for now, main backer Russia’s not budging. Also, a fresh revelation contradicts past claims by French politicians on the outbreak of Rwanda’s genocide and a royal row over the merits of monarchies on the eve of Queen Elisabeth’s diamond jubilee.

Anne-Elisabeth Moutet,Columnist, The Sunday Telegraph
Vivienne Walt, Contributor, Time Magazine
Régis Le Sommier, Deputy Editorial Director, Paris Match
Stefan De Vries, Paris Correspondent, RTL4

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2015-07-24 Barack Obama

French farmers revolt: Protests spread despite govt aid package (part 2)

French farmers have been manning the barricades this week. Dairy prices have gone through the floor worldwide these past months, and French farmers are dumping Belgian milk and...

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2015-07-24 Barack Obama

Obama in Kenya: First 'homecoming' as US president (part 1)

Call it the return of the prodigal son: Kenya is rolling out the red carpet for Barack Obama, returning to his father's country for the first time since he became president. And...

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2015-07-17 eurozone

The Greek divide: What's next for the European Union? (part 2)

A deal for Greece was struck in Brussels, but it was followed by backbench dissent in the Greek and German parliaments, finger-pointing among creditors, and talk of a government...

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2015-07-17 eurozone

After the deal: Nuclear agreement sparks reactions around the world (part 1)

It was on Tuesday - Bastille Day in France - that nuclear negotiators struck a deal in Vienna, overcoming the resistance of hardliners to pave the way for an historic thaw in the...

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2015-07-10 Iran

Iran talks: Vienna deadline missed again (part 2)

In Vienna, nuclear negotiators have missed a Friday date which in effect doubles to 60 days the amount of time a hostile US Congress will have to pick holes in any deal. The...

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