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'Donald Trump is rolling back the clock on diversity in the cabinet'

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IN THE PAPERS

Did France's left inflate turnout figures in round one of the primary?

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ACROSS AFRICA

Dozens killed in attack on military camp in Mali

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THE DEBATE

Splintered left: French Socialists divided ahead of primary run-off (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

Splintered left: Are Europe's Social Democrats obsolete? (part 2)

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EYE ON AFRICA

Gambia: New president says Jammeh has agreed to cede power

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ACROSS AFRICA

France finally grants citizenship to Senegalese veterans

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THE OBSERVERS

Pollution threatens island paradise of Mauritius, and one Cameroonian expat's quest to bring safe drinking water to his country

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THE INTERVIEW

Publicis boss encourages firms to move staff to Paris post-Brexit

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week’s international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2013-05-06

The World This Week - May 3rd, 2013 (part 2)

Call it the price of cheap clothes. The Bangladesh factory fire highlights consumers’ insatiable demand for cheaper and cheaper garments. Is it up to regulators to demand higher standards or consumers to boycott unscrupulous retailers? Also, how the rest of Europe should handle Germany, why France said "non" to Yahoo!’s buyout of Dailymotion and Europe’s bid to save its bees.

  • Craig Copetas, Correspondent-at-large, Quartz/The Atlantic Group;
  • Vivienne Walt, Contributor, Time Magazine;
  • Ulrike Koltermann, Freelance journalist;
  • Philippe Moreau-Chevrolet, Columnist, Le Nouvel Observateur.

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Produced by Mark Thompson, Paul Maakad, Christopher Davis, Anelise Borges.

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2017-01-13 Donald Trump

One hack of a transition: Fresh turmoil ahead of Trump inauguration (part 1)

Today in The World This Week, our panel of journalists looks at the continuing scandals hitting the Trump team ahead of next week’s inauguration, Marine Le Pen’s surprise visit...

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2017-01-13 Gambia

Will Jammeh go quietly? Rafsanjani's last show of force (part 2)

Today in The World This Week, our panel of journalists looks at the continuing scandals hitting the Trump team ahead of next week’s inauguration, Marine Le Pen’s surprise visit...

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2017-01-06 Brexit

Trump's Rule By Twitter, Brexit, The Robots are Taking Over (part 2)

Today in The World This Week our panel of journalists and correspondents discuss the multiple threats Turkey faces as a divided nation, the conviction of an Israeli soldier after...

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2017-01-06 Israel

Turkey's Terror Quagmire, Netanyahu's Israel (part 1)

Today in The World This Week our panel of journalists and correspondents discuss the multiple threats Turkey faces as a divided nation, the conviction of an Israeli soldier after...

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2016-12-20 French Presidential Elections 2017

The World in 2017: After Brexit, now comes the hard part (part 1)

If 2016 was the year of upheaval at the ballot boxes in Britain and the US, then now comes the hard part: In the coming year, Britain will face the consequences of the Brexit...

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