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Latest update : 2012-10-02

Flat-pack furniture for all… except women!

The new season Ikea catalogue is out, and there are a few omissions in its Saudi Arabian edition: no women, anywhere to be seen! The Swedish furniture giant’s come in for criticism from the European press over this display of sexism. And an Iranian media source takes the bait: Fars news agency reprints a satirical article published by the Onion word for word.

By Olivia SALAZAR WINSPEAR

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2015-02-27 US Congress

Flamboyant US Congressman's Instagram lands him in bother

Live from the newsroom, Oliver Farry takes a look at what's making waves online and elsewhere today.

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2015-02-26 Syria

French MPs meet Assad, causing divisions in Paris

Diplomatic relations between Paris and Damascus were cut in 2012, so the decision by four French MPs to meet with Bashar al-Assad has caused serious divisions within the French...

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2015-02-25 Charlie Hebdo

The challenges ahead for Charlie Hebdo

We take a look inside the latest edition of "Charlie Hebdo". Also, what challenges now face the satirical weekly?

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2015-02-23 Oscars (Academy Awards)

It's 'back to business' for Charlie Hebdo

The second edition of "Charlie Hebdo" since the Paris attacks is soon to hit newsstands - we take a look. Also, Oscars buzz and an owl café in London!

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2015-02-24 Charlie Hebdo

Hollande seeks to mend rift between French Jewish and Muslim leaders

Tensions are high in France a month after the Paris attacks and comments made yesterday by a prominent French Jewish leader sparked a public rift between Jewish and Muslim...

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