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We take you to the 28 EU member states for a series of exclusive reports and interviews with local MEPs. Produced in partnership with the European Parliament. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

Latest update : 2012-06-27

Kosovo: the struggle for recognition (part two)

Our reporter met with Kosovo’s Roma community, many of whom spent a decade in lead-contaminated camps. We’ll also follow NATO’s KFOR troops in their daily mission as they seek to preserve Kosovo’s fragile peace. And Gani Jakupi, the author of a graphic novel on the aftermath of the 1999 war, will revisit Kosovo’s troubled recent history through his drawings.

Director: Caroline de Camaret
Presenter: Christophe Robeet
Producers: Alix Le Bourdon and Julie Dungelhoeff
Reporters: Alix Le Bourdon and Julie Dungelhoeff
Cameraman: Stéphane Bodenne
Video editing: Audrey Le Narvor

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By Christophe ROBEET

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2018-05-28 Catherine NICHOLSON

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2018-05-28 Catherine NICHOLSON

Hungary under Viktor Orban

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2018-03-05 Catherine NICHOLSON

Reunifying Cyprus: Hopes and fears, 44 years on (part 2)

Barbed wire, checkpoints, abandoned buildings and military bases: all of these are common sights in Cyprus - a country that remains split in two, 44 years after the Turkish...

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2018-03-05 Catherine NICHOLSON

Reunifying Cyprus: Hopes and fears, 44 years on (part 1)

Barbed wire, checkpoints, abandoned buildings and military bases: all of these are common sights in Cyprus - a country that remains split in two, 44 years after the Turkish...

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2017-12-23 Catherine NICHOLSON

To split or not to split? Where next for Spain and Catalonia? (Part 1)

It's the land of Dali, Gaudi, Pep Guardiola, tourism, industries, mountains, sea ports - and most recently, also very vocal and emotional separatist sentiment. Catalonia's...

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