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Latest update : 2012-08-21

Massacre in South Africa (part 2)

Two decades after the fall of Apartheid, why did police open fire on mine workers? The Lonmin massacre goes beyond a dispute over wages inside platinum mines and shows up the chronic imbalances between rich and poor in today’s South Africa.

  • Sipho JANUARY. France 24 Observer - from Cape Town;
  • Eusebius McKAISER. Witwatersrand University - from Johannesburg;
  • Ebba KALONDO. Africa Editor, France 24;
  • Sean JACOBS. Assistant Professor of International Affairs, The New School; Founder, 'Africa is a Country' blog - from New York.

Produced by François Picard, Anelise Borges, Mary Colombel, Christopher Davis.

Watch the first part here.

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2015-05-06 Muslims

Crossing a red line: French mayor slammed for profiling Muslim students

French police have questioned the mayor of a southern town over his claims that he's been tracking how many Muslim children attend its schools. The move is seen as illegal and...

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2015-05-06 elections

Down to the wire: UK election poll shows main parties neck and neck

We are down to the wire with Britain set to elect a new government on Thursday. An FT poll shows that British Conservatives and Labour are neck and neck at 34 percent. This...

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2015-05-05 France

France's Patriot Act? Lawmakers Approve Surveillance Bill (part 2)

French lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved a bill that spells out a legal framework for intelligence-gathering, including mass monitoring of the big phone and internet...

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2015-05-05 France

France's Patriot Act? Lawmakers Approve Surveillance Bill (part 1)

French lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved a bill that spells out a legal framework for intelligence-gathering, including mass monitoring of the big phone and internet...

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2015-05-04 defence

François of Arabia: Hollande's Budding Friendship with the Gulf (part 2)

The French president is now in Riyadh after sealing a deal in Doha to sell Rafale fighter jets. On Tuesday, François Hollande will become the first ever Western leader to attend...

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