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Burundi's presidential election: our team follow incumbent Nkurunziza's campaign trail

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Turkey's Border Bother: Ankara wary of emboldened Kurds (part 2)

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Tunisia Attack: UK ponders airstrike in Syria; Uber Popped: service suspended after French taxi revolt

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Greece's Choice: Europe holds its breath over Sunday's referendum

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Testing robots to play, snuggle and learn

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Jordan: Where a rapist can marry his victim

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How do artists and writers see the world? We take you to the crossroads where culture meets the news and engages with what's happening in our lives today. From Monday to Friday at 12.15 pm Paris time.

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The Force is Definitely With Him

As George Lucas sells Star Wars to Disney for three billion euros, we look back at the director's success story. Also on the show, Alan Pauls talks Buenos Aires, Argentina's history and the mystery of why one of the best living Latin American writers struggles to get his books translated. Plus as the Sistine Chapel frescoes turns 500, the Vatican says it may limit visitors.

By Eve JACKSON

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2015-07-02 culture

Asif Kapadia's tragic masterpiece 'Amy'

Asif Kapadia's documentary shows us the rise and fall of the British soul singer Amy Winehouse, who died of alcohol poisoning at 27. Like his previous study of doomed...

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2015-07-01 culture

Film show: 'Tale of Tales', 'Love and Mercy' and 'Terminator Genisys'

Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s releases, including Matteo Garrone's fabulous and freaky fairytale "Tale of Tales" with Salma Hayek, the Beach...

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2015-06-30 culture

Writer Paul Lynch, 'a major new Irish talent'

He has been described as a major new Irish talent with an impressive gift for storytelling. Paul Lynch's acclaimed debut novel "Red Sky in Morning" was a finalist for France's...

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2015-06-29 culture

Dom La Nena brings us international, cello pop

The Brazilian-born cellist, singer and songwriter Dom La Nena speaks to Eve Jackson about being a young prodigy, moving to Argentina at 13 without her parents and settling in...

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2015-06-26 culture

Joe Bataan: The king of Latin soul music

From his teen days as the leader of a street gang in New York to his groundbreaking career in music, Joe Bataan talks to Eve Jackson about inventing a musical genre, releasing...

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