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Around 150 people killed in suspected boko haram attaks in NE NIgeria

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"Hands off 'Les Guignols'"

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Egypt cracks down on media

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THE DEBATE

Egypt at daggers drawn (part2)

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THE DEBATE

Egypt at daggers drawn (part1)

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EYE ON AFRICA

At least 7 killed in clashes as Burundi awaits vote results

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Millions affected by Boko Haram's mass violence

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Winehouse doco traces singer's tragic demise

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THE INTERVIEW

'IS group's caliphate is here to stay'

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Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week’s international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Latest update : 2012-08-27

The World This Week - August 24th, 2012

The vacation’s over for Europe’s politicians as they buy time - not for Greece, but for the rest of a continent scared of the economic and political consequences of a "Grexit". Also, US politics gets even more polarized ahead of the Republican convention, Ethiopia after Meles Zenawi and why Burgundy villagers are seeing red over a Chinese tycoon’s big buy.

  • Anne Bagamery. Senior Editor, International Herald Tribune;
  • Aude Baron. Editor in Chief, "Le Plus" Nouvel Obs;
  • Tunde Fatunde. Journalist, Lagos Guardian Newspaper;
  • Craig Copetas. Correspondent-at-large, Quartz/The Atlantic Group.

Watch the second part here.

Produced by François Picard, Anelise Borges, Mary Colombel, Paul Maakad.

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It was mid-morning on a continent otherwise focused on a taxi strike and an EU summit. A 35-year-old resident of the Lyon area was taken into custody over the killing of a...

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In the second part of The World This Week: Tensions over migrants flare up in Europe, while Greek negotiators haggle with the EU and IMF and the anti-immigrant Danish People's...

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2015-06-19 Charleston shooting

Charleston shooting: Hate crimes and guns in America (part 1)

In The World This Week: In the US, a horrific shooting spree takes place at a landmark house of worship for African-Americans, the target of white-on-black attacks for over a...

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2015-06-12 FIFA

Back to Iraq: US troops drawn in by fight against IS group (part 2)

The White House spokesman, Josh Earnest, announced this week an extra 450 non-combat troops to back up the 3,000 US military advisors already in Iraq. Also this week, Turkey's...

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