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FIFA's Blatter steps down amid South Africa 2010 World Cup bribery claims

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'No wrongdoing' in 2022 World Cup bid, says Qatari FM

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Defeating IS group: Back to the drawing board?

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Latest update : 2012-11-20

Web users fact-check journalists over Gaza

Web users call the BBC on an erroneous retweet by their Gaza correspondent. There is also criticism over an op-ed in the Jerusalem Post calling for Gaza to be "flattened". Elsewhere, France's UMP is in turmoil over a leadership battle, echoing a similar deficit in democracy in the Socialist party during their 2008 leadership contest. Finally, naked feminists dressed as nuns get tear-gassed by right-wing Catholic demonstrators protesting against gay marriage... A busy 24 hours in France!

By James CREEDON

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2015-06-02 Ségolène Royal

Reactions to Sepp Blatter's resignation

There's lots of noise online after Sepp Blatter's resignation - we take a look. Also, François Hollande and Ségolène Royal jointly greet the Spanish royal couple on their...

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2015-06-01 Surveillance

US Patriot Act partly expires as France strengthens surveillance

We take a look at reaction to the expiration of certain provisions of the US Patriot Act, this as the French Parliament is in the process of passing extensive surveillance...

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2015-05-29 FIFA

Sepp Blatter strikes back

Media Watch turns its attention to the re-appointment of Sepp Blatter for his fifth term as FIFA president. Anger and disappoint are widespread, with many calling for a boycott...

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2015-05-28 UK

Cameron's EU charm offensive

MediaWatch takes a look at the views and stories surrounding the forthcoming referendum on EU membership, to be held in the UK before 2017. As David Cameron attempts to turn on...

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2015-05-27 FIFA

Football, fraud and FIFA

MediaWatch takes a look at the views, stories and images emerging in the wake of the FIFA fraud and corruption allegations. FIFA officials were among those arrested in dawn...

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