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Latest update : 2012-07-04

So much for French Socialism? France faces budget squeeze

France's new leaders may have trouble saying the word "austerity", but no sooner are they in office than they face a larger-than-expected deficit and smaller-than-expected growth. Socialism "à la française" finds itself put to the test of Europe’s sovereign debt crisis.

  • Richard YUNG, Senator, French Socialist Party;
  • Jonas HADDAD, National Delegate for Youth, UMP party;
  • Mark DEEN, Jounalist, Bloomberg News.

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2014-08-20 Benjamin Netanyahu

Israel-Gaza: Back to Square One?

For the better part of two weeks, we've been hearing that neither Israel nor Hamas wants a prolonged fight. So why is a tenuous ceasefire in tatters? With rockets fired on Israel...

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2014-08-20 Palestinian Territories

Israel-Gaza: Back to Square One? (part 2)

For the better part of two weeks, we've been hearing that neither Israel nor Hamas wants a prolonged fight. So why is a tenuous ceasefire in tatters? With rockets fired on Israel...

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2014-08-05 ceasefire

Israel-Gaza conflict: 72-hour ceasefire deal sets stage for Cairo talks

We focus on the fragile calm in Gaza, where Israeli ground forces have withdrawn and a 72-hour Egyptian-brokered ceasefire appears to be holding, making this the longest pause in...

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2014-08-14 United Nations

Libya unrest: National Assembly asks for UN help to dissolve militias

We take a closer look at what exactly is unfolding in Libya: more than three and half years of turbulence since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi. There are killings, kidnappings and...

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2014-08-19 riots

Pakistan's Political Turmoil: Can Imran Khan's PTI Party Depose the Government? (part 2)

Former cricket star-turned-politician Imran Khan has called for civil disobedience, gathering thousands of supporters in protest at what he calls Pakistan's fraudulent...

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