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'Equatorial Guinea's attempted coup began in France,' says President Obiang

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Jacob Zuma, South African President

Nathan King speaks to South African President Jacob Zuma on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. They discuss the split in the UN Security Council over the crisis in Syria. Jacob Zuma says the institution needs to be reformed in order to take decisive decisions. On Mali, he is pushing for dialogue before going into a military intervention. Jacob Zuma also reacts to the recent violence at Lonmin's Marikana mine in South Africa.

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2018-01-17 Africa

'Equatorial Guinea's attempted coup began in France,' says President Obiang

In an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24 and RFI, Equatorial Guinea's President Teodoro Obiang Nguema spoke out for the first time about the recent alleged attempt to overthrow...

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2018-01-17 migrants

IOM chief: 'Migrants are the quintessential agents of development'

Millions of migrants risk their lives every year making treacherous journeys because policymakers in the countries they seek to reach offer them little alternative. William Lacy...

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2018-01-13 United Nations

Louise Arbour: Negative attitude towards migration 'completely self-defeating'

Louise Arbour, the UN Special Representative for International Migration, sits down with FRANCE 24 to discuss the Global Compact on Migration, a non-binding deal she hopes to...

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2018-01-12 Europe

Turkish writer Asli Erdogan: 'Thousands of students are in jail for one tweet'

She has the same name and nationality as the Turkish president, but the similarities stop there. Writer Asli Erdogan is an outspoken critic of Recep Tayyip Erdogan's crackdown on...

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2018-01-10 Asia-pacific

North, South Korea talks 'happened in spite of Trump, not because of him'

Earlier this week, negotiators from North and South Korea held rare talks, giving the rest of the world some hope of a possible easing of tensions. The dialogue was focused on...

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