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EUROPE NOW

We take you to the 28 EU member states for a series of exclusive reports and interviews with local MEPs. Produced in partnership with the European Parliament. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

Latest update : 2012-12-24

Bosnia and Herzegovina: divisions dampen EU hopes

Twenty years after the start of the war, ethnic divisions remain frozen in law. Nowhere is it more true than in Mostar's segregated schools. We also meet Europe's first veiled mayor: she runs the city of Visoko. We talk to Sevdah singer Amira who tells us how Bosnia's traditional music has gained an audience abroad and we follow Jasna Samic, a Franco-Bosnian writer who shows us her favourite places in Sarajevo.

  • Director: Caroline de Camaret
  • Presenter: Christophe Robeet
  • Producers: Ruth Hetherington and Julie Dungelhoeff
  • Reporters: Julie Dungelhoeff and Ruth Hetherington
  • Cameraman: Stéphane Bodenne
  • Video editing: A. Le Narvor, M. Paquereau, F. Fernandez, E.Blanquart

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2017-06-03 European Union

UK holds crucial election, one year after Brexit (part 2)

In this second part of Europe Now, we leave the pro-Remain capital and head to the north of the country, to Yorkshire, where the Leave vote was victorious. Our guest is Richard...

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2017-06-03 European Union

UK holds crucial election, one year after Brexit (part 1)

One year on from the EU referendum, this month’s Europe Now show heads to London to look at the impact Brexit is having on the June 8 general election. Prime Minister Theresa May...

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2017-05-06 Belgium

How is Belgium coping, one year after the Brussels attacks?

More than a year after the Brussels terror attacks, Belgian Socialist MEP Maria Arena takes us to a theatre in Charleroi, Wallonia, to talk about terrorism through the play...

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2017-05-06 Belgium

Belgium, at ease at the heart of the EU?

Belgium, with its 11 million inhabitants, is a founding member of the EU. During these times of insularity, the country has become a focal point for the European project....

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2017-03-25 Beppe Grillo

Italy challenged by populism

The eurozone's third-largest economy, Italy is struggling with high unemployment and towering debt. One political party, the Five Star Movement, blames a lot of the country's...

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