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Egypt, Morocco lose first World cup matches conceding last minute goals

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Macron likes his china fancy

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World Cup: And in the end, Putin wins?; Trump hits back at critics; Migrant crisis divides EU governments

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FRANCE IN FOCUS

The Jewish community's place in French society

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Football and tech: The data game is on!

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John Cameron Mitchell on his new film 'How to Talk to Girls at Parties'

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Iran's water crisis

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Residents of southern Lebanon live in fear of another war

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Turning pain into hope: Rwanda's children of rape

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Political and social events from the Americas, with exclusive reports and interviews. Every Wednesday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2013-05-09

Cleveland kidnappings: life after a decade in captivity

The extraordinary of three women being found alive and well in Cleveland, Ohio after being kidnapped a decade ago, has gripped America. But how will they deal with their new lives as free individuals? Next, the first gun to be made from 3D printer technology fires its first bullet, while coming also under fire from the anti-gun lobby. Finally, with more and more American schools dispensing with cursive writing, we look at the disappearing art of penmanship.

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2018-06-13 football

World Cup 2018: Panini sticker enthusiasts get their game on in Brazil

In Brazil, adults and children alike are getting stuck into the ultimate retro collectibles. Panini sticker fever is taking over the country as the 2018 World Cup kicks off in...

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2018-06-06 Nicaragua

Nicaragua's indigenous tribes fight for their land

In Nicaragua, at least 121 people have been killed since anti-government protests broke out seven weeks ago, according to the country's main human rights group. The protesters...

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2018-05-30 USA

US: Starbucks closes 8,000 stores for racial bias training

In the US, Starbucks is shutting down 8,000 of its stores for one afternoon this week to get their employees to talk about race. This anti-bias training session comes after two...

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2018-05-23 Venezuela

Venezuela hit by sky-high inflation despite large oil reserves

This week saw Nicolas Maduro re-elected as Venezuela's president. Maduro won a second term in spite of the economic crisis crippling the country. It's left Venezuela with the...

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2018-05-16 Iran

Iran deal pullout: Critics in US voice concern at Trump's move

Iran is scrambling to lock in guarantees from the EU after the US pulled out of the nuclear deal. People around the world have criticized the move - including a former hostage in...

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