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Paris Motor Show gets into gear

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Between darkness and fear: Bombs rain down in Aleppo

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IN THE PAPERS

Shimon Peres: From Hawk to Dove

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Shimon Peres, 'a man of many faces'

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THE DEBATE

The Legacy of Shimon Peres: The last of Israel's founding generation (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

The Legacy of Shimon Peres: What's left of the Oslo Accords? (part 2)

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Ex-CIA director 'very worried' by prospect of Trump presidency

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Migrant crisis: A political football in France?

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Political and social events from the Americas, with exclusive reports and interviews. Every Wednesday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

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INSIDE THE AMERICAS

Latest update : 2013-01-17

Lance Armstrong opens up to Oprah

In the United States, disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong bares all to Oprah Winfrey in a widely anticipated TV interview. Next, three years after the earthquake, we find out why so many Haitians are still living in makeshift shelters. Finally, we head to Florida where it’s man versus the deadly Burmese python. That's right: a month-long hunting contest is taking place in a bid to rid the Everglades wetlands of this invasive and dangerous species.

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2016-09-21 USA

Who is the key suspect in the New York and New Jersey bombings?

This week, the suspect in the New York and New Jersey bombings is charged with four offences, including using weapons of mass destruction. Also, the Colombian government and FARC...

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2016-09-15 Hillary Clinton

USA: Can Hillary Clinton win back voters' trust?

This week, Hillary Clinton almost fainted at a 9/11 memorial, but her admission only afterwards that she was suffering from pneumonia has critics once again doubting her honesty....

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2016-09-07 USA

USA: Sioux tribe fights to protect its ancestral land

This week, we head to the US state of North Dakota, where the Sioux tribe is trying to stop a huge oil pipeline - they claim it will desecrate sacred land. We also go to Mexico...

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2016-09-01 Brazil

Dilma Rousseff's fall from grace

This week, Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff is officially impeached, putting an end to thirteen years of leftist Workers' Party rule. Also, Colombia moves once step closer to a...

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2016-08-24 Donald Trump

Olympic Hangover: festive mood dampened by gloomy economy

This week, as Rio wakes up from the end of Olympic fever, it's now facing a bit of a hangover in the shape of Brazil's growing political crisis. Then, just two months away from...

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