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Latest update : 2013-04-17

The Boston bombings: a painful reminder of vulnerability (part 2)

There are still no hard answers, but lots of anguish and questions, a day after back-to-back explosions rocked America's oldest and most prestigious marathon. Douglas Herbert's panel discuss how Americans are dealing with a tragedy that Barack Obama is calling a cowardly "act of terror" - and look at how the rest of the world is reacting.

  • Martin MICHELOT, Researcher, German Marshall Fund of the United States in Paris, US domestic and foreign policy specialist;
  • Ellen WASYLINA, Chairman of the Experts' Group;
  • Don BORELLI, Chief Operating Officer of The Soufan Group, a strategic security consultancy; Former senior FBI official;
  • Christopher DICKEY, Newsweek Paris Bureau Chief;
  • Brian HALLIGAN, Boston resident and eyewitness.

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Produced by Christopher Davis, Charlotte Prudhomme, Sara Bertilsson.

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2016-09-29 oil

What's the deal with oil? Saudi Arabia's about-face on OPEC (part 2)

Will OPEC really tighten production? Is Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil producer, really feeling the pinch? The kingdom has just announced austerity measures but it still...

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2016-09-29 OPEC

What's the deal with oil? Saudi Arabia's about-face on OPEC (part 1)

Will OPEC really tighten production? Is Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil producer, really feeling the pinch? The kingdom has just announced austerity measures but it still...

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2016-09-28 Shimon Peres

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

Shimon Peres has passed away at 93. He signed the Oslo Accords, was a three-time prime minister and president, and a statesman who was truly the last of his generation. In...

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2016-09-28 Israel

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

Shimon Peres has passed away at 93. He signed the Oslo Accords, was a three-time prime minister and president, and a statesman who was truly the last of his generation. In...

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2016-09-27 Hillary Clinton

Who won? The impact of first Clinton-Trump debate (part 1)

How will the chips fall? 80 million Americans tuned in live for Monday's first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The encounter delivered the promised...

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