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FIFA's Blatter steps down amid South Africa 2010 World Cup bribery claims

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Latest update : 2012-09-14

Sudan, the impossible revolution

For months, sporadic protests against the regime in Khartoum have been systematically put down. Like thousands of other Sudanese citizens, Rudwan Dawod is demanding freedom and democracy for his country. Rudwan was arrested, tortured and charged with terrorism. Though later acquitted, he's since been forced to live in exile. France 24 witnessed his struggle - an uphill battle with no happy end in sight yet.

By Caroline DUMAY

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2015-05-29 Iraq

Video - Abu Azrael: ‘Iraq’s Rambo’

In the Iraqi army and on social networks, he’s an icon. Abu Azrael, a Rambo-like Shiite militiaman, has helped push back the Islamic State (IS) group in Iraq. Our reporters went...

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2015-05-21 Thailand

A year after coup, Thai opposition resists junta rule

On May 22 last year, Thailand’s military seized control of the country after months of protests against the democratically elected government of Yingluck Shinawatra. Since then,...

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2015-05-14 Jacques Chirac

Are there lessons to be learned from Chirac’s foreign policy?

20 years after Jacques Chirac was voted into power, how should we view the foreign policy of a president who famously said "non" to the US war on terror?

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2015-05-08 Colombia

Colombia’s toxic war on drugs

Colombia is one of the world’s largest cocaine-producing countries. To fight coca production and weaken the FARC guerrilla, whose main source of revenue is narcotics trafficking,...

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2015-04-30 Syria

Syria: On the trail of looted antiquities

As the war in Syria enters its fifth year, the trafficking of looted antiquities is adding a new dimension to the tragic conflict. Many Syrian artefacts are smuggled across the...

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