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Fontainebleau: Home sweet home for King Francis I

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Migrants: Austria building fence on border with Italy

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Finland: Migrants and money (part 2)

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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

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Latest update : 2012-08-07

Egypt-Israel: An uneasy peace, a common foe (part 2)

For the past 30 years, Israel and Egypt have shared what is often referred to as a "cold peace". Laura Baines and her panel discuss if the two countries' common enemy, terrorism in the Sinai, could push them to cooperate, or instead unravel a 33-year-old peace.

  • Myra MAHDY DARIDAN, Egyptian Author and Researcher; Former Member of the Social and Economic Council in France;
  • Gil MIHAELY, Journalist, Yedioth Ahronoth (Israeli daily newspaper);
  • Omar ASHOUR, Director of Middle East Studies at the Institutes of Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter;
  • Ron BEN YISHAI, National Security Commentator for Ynet (Israeli news website of Yedioth Ahronoth).

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    Programme prepared and produced by Diaraye Bah, Sara Bertilsson and Mary Colombel

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2016-05-03 football

Do you believe in miracles? Longshots Leicester defy football odds (part 1)

5000 to one. Those were the odds on offer back in August if you picked Leicester to win its first Premiership title, odds longer than Elvis being found alive. The rest as they...

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2016-05-03 Renault

How much is too much? Growing calls to cap executive pay (part 2)

Here in France shareholders in carmaker Renault rejected their boss' 7,2 million euro pay, only to be overruled by the board. The state, which owns nearly 20% of Renault, is...

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2016-05-02 shiite

Iraq's broken politics: Green Zone stormed by Moqtada al-Sadr supporters (part 1)

Supporters of Moqtada al-Sadr stormed Baghdad's Green Zone to demand that the government break with vested interests and militias that are crippling the country, a political...

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2016-05-02 Baghdad

Iraq's broken politics: Corruption and gridlock (part 2)

Supporters of Moqtada al-Sadr stormed Baghdad's Green Zone to demand that the government break with vested interests and militias that are crippling the country, a political...

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2016-04-29 inflation

Venezuela's boiling point: Power outages spark outrage (part 1)

Drought, collapsing crude oil prices and a bitter political divide. That's the toxic mix that's triggered full-blown riots in Venezuela. The heyday of Hugo Chavez is long gone as...

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