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Defense lawyers say Hissene Habre had 'power of life and death' over his people

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Latest update : 2013-02-05

Mathieu Guidère, Professor of Islamic Studies, University of Toulouse

It's now been two years since a powerful wave of revolt swept across the Arab world, changing the political map. Yet the euphoria of that moment is gone, replaced by despair and disillusionment. So where have the revolutionaries gone? Douglas Herbert puts the question to Mathieu Guidère, a professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Toulouse and a specialist in radical Islam.

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2016-02-08 Syria

'European countries should do more to resettle refugees'

World leaders at an international donors conference for Syria have pledged almost $10 billion to help millions of people displaced by the five-year conflict. But how much of...

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2016-02-03 Democrats (USA)

US presidential race: 'The voters get to decide, not the pundits'

Iowa has spoken. The first US state has delivered its verdict and this much is clear: the race is wide open both for the Republicans and the Democrats. Texas senator Ted Cruz...

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2016-01-31 Afghanistan

'US aims to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan'

The US was supposed to leave Afghanistan by 2017. Now military commanders are talking about a commitment that could see troops staying in the country for decades. They're facing...

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2016-01-29 Bashar al-Assad

Saudis must ‘take initiative’ to ease Iran tensions, Rouhani tells FRANCE 24

In an interview on Thursday with FRANCE 24, Le Monde and France Culture, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said restoring diplomatic ties between Iran and Saudi Arabia was a...

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2016-01-27 Yemen

Former Saudi intelligence chief: 'Bashar al-Assad is the biggest terrorist'

Prince Turki al-Faisal, the former head of Saudi Arabia’s intelligence service and an influential member of the Saudi royal family, speaks to FRANCE 24’s Marc Perelman.

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