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Controversy reigns 100 years after the Armenian genocide

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The G-Word: Turkey and the Armenian Genocide

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Armenia, 100 years on

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Latest update : 2013-03-20

Iraq, ten years later... (part 2)

The weapons of mass destruction that weren't, daily sectarian violence that endures and US public opinion that's lost its stomach for foreign intervention: François Picard's panel looks at how nonetheless the legacy of the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq could still morph over time.

  • Myriam BENRAAD, Iraq researcher at French political science Institute Sciences Po;
  • Hilal AL ABIDI, Iraqi writer;
  • Lucas MENGET, Senior Producer, French all-news channel I-Télé;
  • Prashant RAO, Iraq Bureau Chief, Agence France-Presse (from Baghdad);
  • Charles DUNNE, Director of Middle East and North Africa programs at Freedom House; Former National Security Advisor under George W. Bush (from Washington, DC).

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Produced by Christopher Davis, Mark Thompson, Anelise Borges

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2015-04-23 immigration

Migrant Deaths: Decision Time for Europe (part 2)

It's a death toll equivalent to eight Germanwings Airbus crashes. The 1,200 would-be migrants who have drowned in less than a week in the Mediterranean have prompted Europe's...

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2015-04-23 European Union

Migrant Deaths: Decision Time for Europe (part 1)

It's a death toll equivalent to eight Germanwings Airbus crashes. The 1,200 would-be migrants who have drowned in less than a week in the Mediterranean have prompted Europe's...

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2015-04-22 Yemen

Yemen Conflict: Shifting Sands, Shifting Loyalties (part 2)

Within hours of announcing the end of its military campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen, Saudi-led coalition planes bombed the city of Taiz. Fighting is also continuing in the...

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2015-04-22 Yemen

Yemen Conflict: Shifting Sands, Shifting Loyalties (part 1)

Within hours of announcing the end of its military campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen, Saudi-led coalition planes bombed the city of Taiz. Fighting is also continuing in the...

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2015-04-21 Holocaust

Judging the past: Auschwitz 'bookkeeper' goes on trial in Germany (part 1)

He's called the "accountant of Auschwitz". 93-year-old Oskar Gröning is standing trial in the German town of Luneburg, charged with complicity in the murder of 300,000 Holocaust...

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