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Latest update : 2012-11-21

The Fall of Goma

A rebel movement that didn’t even exist seven months grabs Goma. That’s hardly surprising in view of the unresolved simmering tensions at the border between DR Congo, Rwanda and Uganda.

  • Melanie GOUBY. Freelance journalist (from Goma);
  • James NGUMBU MUGANGA. Congolese journalist; Director of Publication, Panafrica International;
  • Benjamin SEHENE. Rwandan writer, Author of "The Ethnic Trap";
  • Ebba KALONDO. Head of Africa Service, France 24.

Produced by Anelise Borges, François Picard, Mary Colombel, Christopher Davis.

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2015-02-26 Internet

Are Airbnb and Uber creating a 'black economy'? (part 2)

Airbnb co-founder Brian Chesky takes the French capital by storm while officials spell out the objections of tax collectors, affordable housing advocates and hoteliers outraged...

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2015-02-26 Internet

Are Airbnb and Uber creating a 'black economy'? (part 1)

Airbnb co-founder Brian Chesky takes the French capital by storm while officials spell out the objections of tax collectors, affordable housing advocates and hoteliers outraged...

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2015-02-25 banking

Swissleaks and the banks (part 2)

HSBC's CEO goes into a House of Commons hearing with the law on his side when it comes to the Swiss account he opened for bonus payments. But it's hard times for the world's...

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2015-02-25 banking

Swissleaks and the banks (part 1)

HSBC's CEO goes into a House of Commons hearing with the law on his side when it comes to the Swiss account he opened for bonus payments. But it's hard times for the world's...

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2015-02-24 anti-Semitism

France's Jews: How to tackle rising anti-Semitism? (part 2)

Last month's siege of a Paris kosher grocery store by a homegrown jihadist comes in the context of a doubling in anti-Semitic acts across France. Since then, there's been the...

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