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Al-Sisi's Egypt: Is the crackdown justified? (part 2)

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Latest update : 2012-10-08

French media nostalgic for 'Sarko'

He's on the front page of magazines almost every week; cartoonists say his leaving office was a "catastrophe" for them. The French media definitely miss Nicolas Sarkozy! They perhaps miss him than the public does, if we're to believe a recent poll saying that 55% of the French don't want "Sarko" back.

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2014-11-20 Abdel Fattah al-Sisi

Did a 'second French jihadist' really appear in IS group video?

Yesterday, the French authorities named a "second French jihadist" who they claimed appeared in an IS organisation execution video. However, journalists at FRANCE 24 and...

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2014-11-19 jihad

Probe into 'second French jihadist'

The French media is looking at converts to radical Islam - we take a look at coverage in '"The Huffington Post" and "Marianne". Also, centre-right 2017 hopeful Alain Juppé is...

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2014-11-18 Jerusalem

Jerusalem synagogue attack in the media

We take a look at media reaction to the deadly attack on a synagogue in West Jerusalem this Tuesday.

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2014-11-17 Vladimir Putin

Shunned by koalas: Can nothing go right for Vladimir Putin?

We look at the aftermath of the G20 summit in Australia, and the Putin-bashing. Even the animals have turned their backs on the Russian president, as #koaladiplomacy suggests....

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2014-11-14 football

Football red-carded after yet another scandal

It may be a game of two halves, but football scandals are going into extra time. FIFA's own goal (clearing its name with its own corruption investigation) is still making waves....

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