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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!

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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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2016-04-22 Barack Obama

Barack, Boris and Brexit

MediaWatch takes a look at reactions to Barack Obama's call for the UK to remain in the European Union. London's mayor causes upset by saying the US president's views are...

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