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Latest update : 2012-10-19

Too much or not enough? French president acknowledges 1961 massacre of Algerians

The French president acknowledges the 1961 Paris roundup and massacre of scores of Algerians demonstrating for independence, but should François Hollande have served up a full-blown apology? François Picard’s panel looks at how a nation deals with a dark – some even say hidden - chapter in its past.

  • Nadir DENDOUNE, Journalist, Author of "War Journal of a Pacifist";
  • Olivier LAMBERT, Documentary filmmaker, "The Forgotten Night - October 17, 1961";  
  • Richard WAGMAN, Honorary Chairman, French-Jewish Peace Union:
  • Stephen CLARK, Author.

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2015-05-27 FIFA

FIFA Corruption Scandal: Top officials indicted on US corruption charges (part 2)

The world’s most popular sport plunged into turmoil. Two inquiries have been launched into corruption at the world football governing body. One investigating 150 million dollars...

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2015-05-27 FIFA

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The world’s most popular sport plunged into turmoil. Two inquiries have been launched into corruption at the world football governing body. One investigating 150 million dollars...

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