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The painful truth behind Italy's 'red gold' harvest

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Music show: Rock en Seine, Maïa Vidal and a-ha

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Meet the French troops hunting jihadists in Sahel

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Middle East: A West Bank town’s fragile rebirth

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Grassroots and new faces in Japan's protests

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Hollande’s Socialist Party is ‘tearing itself apart’

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Alpha Condé reacts to Dadis Camara's bid to return home

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'We need an American in every train compartment'

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When China sneezes: World markets rattled by Shanghai’s burst bubble (part 2)

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An interview with a French or international personality from the world of economics, politics, culture or diplomacy. Every Wednesday at 4.45 pm Paris time and Saturday at 7.45 am.

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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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2015-08-26 France

Peter Gumbel: 'Social inequalities on the rise' in French education system

The French are proud of their education system, but standards are slipping. Peter Gumbel, a former reporter for Time magazine and The Wall Street Journal, has been to meet...

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2015-08-18 Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Palestinian FM: Israel, Hamas ‘on the verge’ of truce deal

In an interview with FRANCE 24, Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Malki said that Israel and Hamas are holding secret talks on establishing a long-term truce.

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2015-08-15 Austerity

Leftist mayor of Madrid calls for 'transparency' and 'being close to people'

Manuela Carmena, a 71-year-old former judge, took up her post as mayor of Madrid back in June. Carmena, who campaigned with the support of the anti-establishment Podemos party,...

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2015-08-12 exhibition

Photographer Reza on his new exhibition by child refugees

Reza is an Iranian-born photographer based in Paris. He is currently holding a major exhibition on the banks of the River Seine in the French capital, showing the lives of Syrian...

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2015-07-29 basketball

Tony Parker backs France to retain European title

FRANCE 24 sports editor Dan Levy talks to French four-time NBA champion Tony Parker about Les Bleus' chances at the upcoming European Championships, whether the current crop is...

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