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Latest update : 2012-10-26

Dallas at the Elysée (episode 3)

Three women and a president... we look at the latest episode in the endless saga of the president's lover and his ex. Ségolène Royal speaks out against Valérie Trierweiler and on the same day, Carla Bruni has advice for the First Lady in Elle magazine. We finish with some funky steps at the UN as Psy shows Ban Ki-moon how to "ride the invisible pony" (The Daily Beast's phrase, not mine!)

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2016-04-29 Salah Abdeslam

A Royal Challenge from the Obamas

Media Watch takes a look at reports of Salah Abdeslam's less-than-warm welcome to prison in France. Radicalised inmates hurled insults because he hadn't blown himself up on...

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2016-04-28 Venezuela

Venezuela's two-day week

We take a look at online buzz surrounding the economic crisis and unrest in Venezuela. Also, protests against reforms to labour laws in France became violent in several French...

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2016-04-27 Salah Abdeslam

Abdeslam's lawyer calls him 'a little moron'

Suspected of being involved in the Paris attacks last November, Salah Abdeslam has now been extradited to France. His lawyers in both Belgium and France have been speaking to the...

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2016-04-26 Nicolas Sarkozy

Sarkozy says 'Up All Night' participants are 'brainless'

The ongoing "Up All Night" or "Nuit Debout" protests in France are increasingly drawing criticism from the political right, but former president Nicolas Sarkozy sharpened his...

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2016-04-25 François Hollande

'Last-ditch' attempt to save Hollande's re-election hopes

François Hollande's abysmal approval ratings have led many to speculate that he will not seek re-election. A last-ditch attempt to drum up support on the political left has been...

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