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Ireland is back in business

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Market sell-off resumes as bank shares plunge

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US presidential race: Outsiders sweep to victory in New Hampshire

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South Carolina primary looks to be 'bare knuckle brawl'

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First hurdle cleared in bid to amend French constitution

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'Sombre but sober' atmosphere at mining conference as profits sink

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US accuses Kigali of 'destabilizing activities' in Burundi

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Bernie Sanders fires up the grass roots

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Latest update : 2013-02-25

The World This Week - February 22nd, 2013 (part 2)

"Italy’s a nation run by old white men". In the run-up to a snap general election, François Picard’s panel explains the surge of anti-establishment comedian Beppe Grillo. Also, China’s cyber-hacking army and the slanging match over "lazy French workers".

  • Craig Copetas, Correspondent-at-large, Quartz/The Atlantic Group;
  • Stefan De Vries, Paris Correspondent, Dutch broadcaster RTL4;
  • Anne Bagamery, European Day Editor, International Herald Tribune;
  • Alberto Romagnoli, Paris Bureau Chief, Rai TV.

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Produced by Paul Maakad, Valériane Gauthier, Anelise Borges

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