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Obama in Saudi Arabia: Oil diplomacy triumphs in face of human rights abuses (part 1)

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Auschwitz, 70 years on

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In Nazi death camps, 'I asked myself where God was all the time'

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Far-left and far-right celebrate Syriza's victory

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Latest update : 2012-09-26

The lingering Facebook malaise

Rumours persist about a supposed bug that rendered private messages public on Facebook. We take a look at a scandal that has cost Facebook a lot, both in terms of market value and reputation. Also, Air France could cancel its hefty order of newspapers for its fleet; Mitt Romney's flight-related gaffe and a Canadian romantic heads to Ireland to hunt down the girl he spoke to for just a few minutes a year ago.

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2015-01-27 Holocaust

Auschwitz, 70 years on

70 years after the liberation of Auschwitz, world leaders gather at the concentration camp in remembrance. We take a look at the online coverage.

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2015-01-26 Syriza party

Far-left and far-right celebrate Syriza's victory

We take a look at online reactions to the victory of far-left party Syriza in Greek elections. Also, world leaders such as Christine Lagarde and David Cameron are pilloried...

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2015-01-23 King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia

Twitter storm as IMF boss hails late Saudi king as 'strong advocate of women'

We look at reaction to Christine Lagarde's comment that King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia was "in a very discreet way a strong advocate of women". People lambasted the IMF boss...

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2015-01-22 apartheid

Sarkozy criticises Valls for use of term 'social apartheid'

On Tuesday, the French Prime Minister said the country's recent terrorist attacks exposed a "geographical, social and ethnic apartheid" in the society. Nicolas Sarkozy called the...

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2015-01-21 apartheid

'Apartheid' in France: Valls's words cause controversy

First up in this evening's Mediawatch, we look at reaction to the French Prime Minister Manuel Valls's use of the word "apartheid" to describe French social and ethnic divisions....

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