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Obama in Japan: Competing world visions at G7 summit (part 2)

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Obama in Japan: Will his final G7 mark end of an era? (part 1)

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Baltimore residents react to latest verdict in Freddie Gray case

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Paris photography festival shines a spotlight on young, emerging talents

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Are company bosses paid too much?

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Spain: Employees denounce their working conditions in Catalonia's abattoirs

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'Refugees are an opportunity to be welcomed'

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Netanyahu's coalition: 'Israel's dark hour'

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Small businesses warn of losses over French fuel shortages

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MEDIAWATCH

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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2016-05-25 Nicolas Sarkozy

What would happen to Bond girls if Bond was a girl?

Could a woman play the role of James Bond? The debate is ongoing on social media, in particular since Gillian Anderson said she wouldn't mind being "Jane Bond". First though, a...

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2016-05-24 France

Petrol shortages in France and free hugs in Britain

With Mark Owen, I take a look at a good will campaign to incite Brits to stay in the EU: offer them a hug! First up though, petrol shortages could cripple France as strikes over...

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2016-05-24 British politics

Petrol shortages in France and #HugABrit

In tonight's Mediawatch, petrol shortages are buzzing on social media as unions blockade oil refineries. Also, a "Hug a Brit" campaign hopes to incite Britons not to vote for...

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2016-05-23 Austria

Far-right thwarted in Austrian election

We take a look at press and social media reaction to Austria's presidential election.

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2016-05-20 Cannes Film Festival

Festivals Drop Eagles of Death Metal

Media Watch looks at criticism of Sean Penn's new movie, after its debut at Cannes. Crass and "a little bit racist", according to some. Also, the Eagles of Death Metal are taken...

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