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Le Figaro: is it really possible to 'destroy' the Islamic State organisation?

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Hundreds of flights cancelled as Air France pilots strike

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Scotland: On the path to independence?

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For Nicolas Sarkozy, the comeback will be televised

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Oscar Pistorius trial: Sprinter convicted of culpable homicide

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Latest update : 2012-11-15

Haiti: Hurricane Sandy’s forgotten victims

In Haiti, dozens of people have died and many more left homeless after Hurricane Sandy wrecked havoc across the Caribbean. Next, in the US, the CIA director is forced to resign following a sex scandal, which is fast becoming an issue of national security. Finally, public anger in Argentina over inflation and government corruption leaves President Cristina Fernandez fighting for her political life.

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2014-09-10 corruption

When the American dream becomes a nightmare

Braving an outcry from Latino voters, Barack Obama has delayed immigration reform which could change the lives of millions of undocumented workers in the US. Next, Brazilian...

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2014-09-03 USA

Obama under pressure over Syria strategy

This week, as a second American journalist is beheaded by Islamic militants, Barack Obama comes under increasing pressure to figure out his strategy on Syria and Iraq. Next,...

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2014-08-28 immigration

US journalist Peter Theo Curtis freed in Syria

This week, after 22 months of captivity in Syria, reporter Peter Theo Curtis has returned home to the US. Next, Ferguson, Missouri says its final farewell to Michael Brown....

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2014-08-20 USA

Ferguson riots: Pressure mounts on Obama

The shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Missouri has unveiled deep-seated racial tensions in the US, and pressure is mounting on President Obama. Next, in northern...

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2014-08-13 racism

USA: Police shooting sparks angry protests

This week, protests in Missouri turn violent as anger over the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown runs high. He was shot by the police. Next, Venezuela closes crossings with...

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