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French booksellers fight against Amazon

People read less nowadays and this has a direct impact on the book market, which is in decline. But independent booksellers also have to deal with competition from online retailers. With 11% of overall sales in France, the Internet is the only sector of the market showing constant growth.

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2014-09-13 violence against women

Investigative reporting in the digital age

And what if the future of investigative journalism lies in the web? Leading French website « Enquête ouverte » is France`s leading crowdsourcing website for data and information....

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2014-09-12 Barack Obama

Web users react to Obama's ISIL speech

In this edition: reactions to Barack Obama`s ISIL speech, a campaign to stop violence against aboriginal women in Canada, and an original cover version of a 1980s hit.

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2014-09-11 Social Media

Banksy images doctored by Scottish independence supporters

In this edition: Banksy works doctored by supporters of Scottish independence; outrage over an indiscriminate attack at a Memphis grocery store; and a time lapse video of all the...

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2014-09-10 food and beverage industry

Slogan supporting Nigerian president sparks outrage online

In this edition: outrage over an NGO's campaign slogan supporting the Nigerian president; students in the US protest new school lunch guidelines; and an Amish community build a...

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2014-09-09 Social Media

Bloggers launch campaign against Ebola in Senegal

In this edition: bloggers in Senegal launch an Ebola awareness campaign; outrage over a cruel Ice Bucket Challenge prank in a US high school; and a marching band's tribute to TV...

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