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A fresh take on the news big and bizarre in the newspapers, on websites, blogs and social media. From Monday to Friday at 8.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2012-09-19

Charlie Hebdo plays with fire

They've done it again. The French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is publishing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in tomorrow's edition. This is the same magazine whose offices were firebombed last year for a front page cartoon of Prophet Mohammed. Also: Mitt Romney's video gaffes, plus a totally out-of-date court order for the Kate Middleton nude photos.

By James CREEDON

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2017-09-25 Kurdistan

Online reactions to Kurdish referendum

We take a look at the online buzz on the Kurdish referendum as well as some analysis pieces in the Turkish, Iranian and Israeli press.

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2017-09-22 Brexit

Dotard: An educational insult

MediaWatch takes a look at some angry reactions to the latest speech on Brexit by the UK's prime minister. Many Brexit campaigners say they feel betrayed, while those who dream...

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2017-09-21 Catalan independence

Catalan referendum debacle

We take a look at the headlines and comment on Madrid's standoff with Barcelona regarding October's contested independence referendum.

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2017-09-20 Hassan Rouhani

Rogues aplenty at UN General Assembly

The trading of insults continued today as Iran's President Hassan Rouhani referred to Donald Trump as a "rogue newcomer", following how the US President referred to Iran as a...

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2017-09-19 Emmanuel Macron

Multilateralist Macron is the anti-Trump at UN General Assembly

Their speeches could not have been more different in tone or approach - Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron have made their first addresses to the UN General Assembly. We take a...

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