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Latest update : 2012-06-26

Morsi and the changing face of the Middle East

The world woke up to a different Middle East on Monday, one where a Muslim Brother has been proclaimed President-elect of Egypt. We look at what Mohamad Morsi's win could change in the region. Next, our reporter Assia Shihab travels to Syria undercover. She follows rebels fighting to keep control of a strategic mountain area. Finally, faced with a wave of illegal migration Israel begins a wave of deportations.

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2014-04-22 tourism

Syria: Former hostages recount 10-month ordeal

This week, the four French journalists released after ten months in Syria describe the men who held them captive. Next, there's hope for unity in the Palestinian territories as...

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2014-04-15 USA

Spat over Iran's UN ambassador hampers thawing of relations with US

This week, Iran files a complaint against the US at the UN, saying that the rejection of its UN envoy goes against international law. Next, Iraqi families who had fled fighting...

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2014-04-09 Syria

Peace talks: Could Israeli spy become bargaining chip?

This week, the possible release of an Israeli spy imprisoned in the United States could re-start Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Also on the programme, the one millionth Syrian...

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2014-04-01 Twitter

Turkey: Erdogan survives electoral challenge

This week in Turkey, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan brushes off a corruption probe and controversy over his Twitter ban as his party flexes its muscles in local elections....

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2014-03-26 Abdullah Gul

Turkey: Cracks show in Erdogan-Gul leadership

This week, a rift between Turkey's president and prime minister opens up over a controversial Twitter ban. Next, once a model to the region, Baghdad is now deemed the worst city...

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