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Latest update : 2012-07-18

Claudio Grossman, Chair of the UN Commitee against Torture

The UN Convention against Torture has stood as one of the international community's foremost tools in preventing cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment around the world. The escalating Syrian conflict, now in its seventeenth month, is posing a growing challenge for the United Nations. Douglas Herbert discusses this issue with his guest Claudio Grossman, Chair of the UN Committee against Torture.

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2014-07-07 Al-Jazeera

Wael Eskandar, Egyptian journalist and blogger

Prominent Egyptian journalist and blogger Wael Eskandar tells France 24 what's gone wrong with his country's criminal justice system, and describes the situation facing human...

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2014-07-05 French politics

Historian Jean Garrigues: 'French people are used to scandals'

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2014-07-02 USA

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2014-07-01 Iraq violence

Rudolph Giuliani, Former Mayor of New York City

He is one of the most iconic US figures of the first decade of this century. Rudolph Giuliani first made his reputation as a tough prosecutor in New York, taking on the mafia and...

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2014-06-29 Israel

Exclusive: Netanyahu says terrorists ‘attacking us from every side’

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