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David Cameron's EU Tour: British PM Mets Europe's Leaders to Plead his Cause (part 2)

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David Cameron's EU Tour: British PM Mets Europe's Leaders to Plead his Cause (part 1)

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Jordan 'needs more assistance' from international community for Syrian refugees

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Paris UN climate conference 'will be a success'

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Rapper's delights: 'Hip-Hop, from the Bronx to the Arab Street'

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The plight of civilians in Darfur's never-ending conflict

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Greece says a deal is close, Germany says no progress made

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'FIFA Nostra'

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'The shame game'

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Latest update : 2012-08-10

Israeli leadership racks up tension over Iran

Tehran's nuclear ambitions are dominating the Israeli press once again with Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Ehud Barak indicating they want a strike on Iran's nuclear sites before the US election. And it's the Guessing Games about who'll star in Sunday's Olympics closing ceremony. That's Media Watch for Friday 10th August, 2012.

By Nicholas RUSHWORTH

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2015-05-27 FIFA

Football, fraud and FIFA

MediaWatch takes a look at the views, stories and images emerging in the wake of the FIFA fraud and corruption allegations. FIFA officials were among those arrested in dawn...

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2015-05-26 USA

Could Johnny Depp be jailed over dog row in Oz?

MediaWatch takes a look at how the US is trying to smooth relations with Iraq after questioning Iraqi soldiers’ "will to fight". Also, Nicolas Sarkozy wins a first battle in his...

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2015-05-25 Burundi

Dance like nobody's watching!

MediaWatch takes a look at the latest images and harrowing testimony coming out of Burundi. Also, what should be done about internet trolls? Barack Obama’s new Twitter account is...

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2015-05-22 Ireland

Inequality, sexism and the movie industry

Irish ex-pats make incredible journeys to register their vote in the referendum on same-sex marriage. Cannes’s director defends his film festival from accusations of sexism and...

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2015-05-21 Ireland

Ireland on the eve of gay marriage vote

Media Watch takes a look at the campaign for the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Ireland, on the eve of a referendum. Could the staunchly Catholic country become the first...

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