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Biden in Turkey: NATO allies at odds over Syria Kurds, exiled cleric (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

Biden in Turkey: NATO allies at odds over Syria Kurds, exiled cleric (part 2)

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Video: The European dream of Abidjan street footballers

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Film show: Star Trek Beyond, Toni Erdmann, Staying Vertical

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Gaziantep Massacre: Turkey's kurds targeted in deadly attack

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US Secretary of State John Kerry commits to ramping up military assistance to Nigeria

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'Sexism is over, according to most men'

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Back to school under high alert

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Qantas bounces back with record profits

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Latest update : 2013-01-18

When terrorists tweet

Should Twitter censor "terrorist tweets"? The Twitter account of Somali militants Al Shabaab shared a photo of a dead French soldier earlier this week and announced the death of another today. We look at the social network's censorship policy. First though, we look at reaction to the Algerian hostage crisis on the web and in the Algerian media.

By James CREEDON

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2016-08-23 Islamic veil

First burkinis, now veils

Burkinis are not illegal but in the current post-attack climate of fear in France, certain mayors have temporarily banned them out of a fear that such forms of dress could be...

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2016-08-22 Nicolas Sarkozy

'Quelle surprise !' Sarkozy declares candidacy for 2017

To the surprise of... well, no one... Nicolas Sarkozy has declared he will run for the French Presidency next year. Also, some buzz online in the aftermath of the Rio Olympics.

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2016-08-19 2016 Olympics

Wading into the murky waters of white male privilege

#SorryNotSorry? Ryan Lochte is in hot water after his claims of robbery in Rio are revealed to be false. The Olympic athlete published a vague apology on social media that's...

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2016-08-18 Syria

Photo of injured Syrian boy goes viral

France 24 has decided not to publish the image of an injured Syrian boy called Omran who was caught up in Russian airstrikes in Aleppo. It has illicited a wave of compassion from...

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2016-08-17 Islamic veil

BurkiniWatch

For the third consecutive day, MediaWatch takes a look at France’s burkini controversy. France's Prime Minister Manuel Valls has voiced support for the mayors who have...

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