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Israel’s ex-intel chief: ‘Together, we can do a lot to make Middle East a better place’

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François Hollande: ‘Brexit result is irrevocable’

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Hollande pledges tax cuts ahead of France's 2017 elections

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Britain's battle for leadership begins

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Istanbul's suffering in the shadows?

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Uganda: Opposition leader in court on treason charges

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Turkey targeted: Terror attack coincides with foreign policy pivot (part 2)

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Turkey targeted: Islamic State group blamed for Istanbul attack (part 1)

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The Grande Dame of Paris: 850 and not a wrinkle in sight!

It has survived the Hundred Years War, the French Revolution and two World Wars - now the planet's most famous cathedral is readying itself for an invasion of camera-wielding birthday visitors. We're celebrating 850 years of Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral.

By Eve JACKSON

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2016-06-29 culture

Film show: 'The Red Turtle', 'Camping 3' and 'The Balkan Trilogy'

We dive into the wordless world of "The Red Turtle" by Michael Dudok de Wit. Film critic Lisa Nesselson tells us why it’s a laid-back yet thrilling animated gem. We also check...

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2016-06-28 photography

Brazil’s contemporary art star Vik Muniz comes to Paris

He’s painted the Mona Lisa in peanut butter, recreated Liz Taylor’s face with real diamonds and smeared Sigmund Freud’s portrait in chocolate sauce. Vik Muniz started out as a...

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2016-06-27 culture

Music show: Metronomy, Celine Dion, Snoop Dogg and Jazz

Metronomy are back with their fifth album. The English band collaborates with a hip-hop pioneer to drop a beat on "Old Skool". Music critic Mark Thompson tells us why listeners...

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2016-06-23 culture

Quai Branly museum renamed to honour former French president Chirac

It's a temple of tribal arts in the heart of Paris. The Quai Branly museum marks its 10th birthday, celebrating with a new name and an exhibition dedicated to former French...

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2016-06-22 culture

Whit Stillman on love, friendship and the charms of Jane Austen

Director Whit Stillman joins us to talk about "Love and Friendship", his new film based on Jane Austen’s novella "Lady Susan". Chloe Sevigny and Kate Beckinsale are reunited on...

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