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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

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Latest update : 2013-07-05

Egypt: what future for political Islam?

Be careful of what you wish for? As crowds cheer the army in Tahrir Square, elsewhere scores of arrests follow the overthrow of Egypt’s first democratically-elected civilian president. International divisions over the coup mirror the uncertainty over political Islam’s future in the Arab world.

  • Mohammed HNID, Professor at INALCO
  • Hanna YOUSEF, Egyptian activist
  • Ardavan AMIR-ASLANI, Attorney, Paris Bar
  • Borzou DARAGAHI, North Africa & the Middle East correspondent, Financial Times
  • Hamza ZOBAA, Member of the Muslim Brotherhood
  • Kathryn STAPLEY, France 24 correspondent

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2015-04-20 immigration

Migrant deaths: What is Europe going to do? (part 1)

The route from North Africa to Italy and Malta has become the world's deadliest. Officials estimate that 700 migrants may have drowned off the coast of Libya when their boat sank...

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2015-04-20 Europe

Migrant deaths: Has Europe lost its compassion? (part 2)

The route from North Africa to Italy and Malta has become the world's deadliest. Officials estimate that 700 migrants may have drowned off the coast of Libya when their boat sank...

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2015-04-16 Barack Obama

Big Bad Google: Europe takes on US internet giant (part 2)

Europe's throwing the book at Google. The Commission accuses the Internet giant of squeezing the competition and is serving Google with a charge sheet which includes directing...

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2015-04-16 Google

Big Bad Google: Europe takes on US internet giant (part 1)

Europe's throwing the book at Google. The Commission accuses the Internet giant of squeezing the competition and is serving Google with a charge sheet which includes directing...

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2015-04-15 civil war

Europe's Boat People: Crisis as Casualties Mount in Mediterranean (part 2)

The latest capsizing of a boat of desperate migrants may only be the beginning. All signs point to a tragic summer in the Mediterranean. In just five days, Italian authorities...

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