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Our Focus programme brings you exclusive reports from around the world. From Monday to Friday at 7.45 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2012-12-19

Has Spain turned a corner in its economic crisis?

The Spanish economy has plunged spectacularly in recent years, but financial analysts are now daring to believe the worst may be over. High unemployment has driven down wages and foreign companies are moving in, among them French car manufacturers Renault and PSA Citroën. Both have promised to develop production in Spain, even though PSA is making 8,000 people redundant in France. The end may be in sight for Spain - but at what cost to its neighbours?

By Sarah Morris , Adeline PERCEPT , Clément PERROUAULT , Henry DE LAGUERIE

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2017-04-25 Americas

Southern Border Plan: Mexico's own fight against illegal immigration

With mass deportations and his promise to build a wall between the US and Mexico, Donald Trump has made combatting illegal immigration a pillar of his presidency. But Mexico is...

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2017-04-21 France

Fighting fuel poverty in France

Fuel poverty affects more than 10 million people in France. Financial aid programmes have been stepping in to help these people to heat their homes, many of which are poorly...

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2017-04-19 Russia

How Russian activists are getting around strict laws on protesting

The next presidential election in Russia is planned for early 2018 and the opposition is already getting organised. But the right to protest is extremely limited and tightly...

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2017-04-18 Philippines

Duterte's bloody war on drugs resumes after brief break

Last month saw the President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, resume his draconian war on drugs. The initial crackdown was suspended earlier this year after rogue police men...

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2017-04-17 France

Are France's ageing nuclear plants safe?

Despite heightened surveillance and draconian control measures, the answers from nuclear analysts is far from unanimous. Despite these questions, the French power giant that...

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