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Annette Bening on Hollywood, Donald Trump and new film '20th Century Women'

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Hong Kong divided over its future, 20 years after UK handover

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Xenophobic attacks in South Africa cause tension with Nigeria

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IN THE PAPERS

A cow named Fine, star of the Paris Agriculture Fair

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Mixed signals from US administration on China's currency

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Students blockade Paris schools to protest suspected police rape

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Displaced people in South Sudan suffer from untreated mental disorders

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Somalia's president asks Al Shabaab to lay down their weapons

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Borderline Politics: US-Mexico relations hit a wall (part 1)

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MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

Political and social events from the Middle East, with exclusive reports and interviews. Tuesday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2012-12-18

Syria: Aleppo struggles with food shortages

We look at the growing humanitarian crisis in Syria's northern city of Aleppo, where bread is becoming scarce. Next, Israel is seeing a controversial tattoo trend, replicating numbers from the Nazi concentration camps. Finally, whirling dervishes from Damascus perform in Paris.

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2017-02-21 Lebanon

Preaching coexistence: Avant-garde mosque opens in Lebanon's Druze heartland

This week, we head to Lebanon and discover a newly-opened mosque in an old building in the Druze heartland. The decision of the head of Lebanon's Druze community to commission...

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2017-02-14 Iraq

Kurdish dandies launch Iraqi gentlemen's fashion club

Erbil, in Iraqi Kurdistan, often makes headlines for being the backdrop to battles against Islamic State group militants. But this time, the city is in the spotlight for a group...

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2017-02-07 Donald Trump

Is there new hope for gay rights activists in Lebanon?

This week, we focus on Lebanon, where homosexuality is illegal. But a judge recently ruled that a gay couple could not be prosecuted for having sexual relations. The case could...

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2017-01-31 Donald Trump

Egypt: Alexandria's fading cosmopolitan image

This week, we take you to Alexandria, Egypt's second city and once considered the jewel of the Mediterranean. A large port city, it was home to a diverse blend of locals and...

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2017-01-25 Syria

Lebanon: On the road with the 'Ladies of Harley'

This week, we take you to Lebanon, where a group of women are defying convention. They're leather-clad, they take to the open road and they call themselves the "Ladies of...

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