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'The Little Prince', from the book to the screen

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Indian execution like a 'Hollywood courtroom drama'

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Latest update : 2013-07-19

Ndileka Mandela, grand-daughter of Nelson Mandela

It was an age that few thought he would reach. Anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela is marking his 95th birthday in a critical but stable condition in a Pretoria hospital. Ndileka Mandela says it has been hard to share her grandfather with so many people. France 24's Robert Parsons met her in South Africa in 2009.

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2015-07-29 basketball

Tony Parker backs France to retain European title

FRANCE 24 sports editor Dan Levy talks to French four-time NBA champion Tony Parker about Les Bleus' chances at the upcoming European Championships, whether the current crop is...

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2015-07-22 USA

'Americans have to change their eating habits'

Sam Kass, a former White House chef and a public face of first lady Michelle Obama's anti-childhood obesity campaign spoke to FRANCE 24's Mairead Dundas. He explains that one of...

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2015-07-18 nuclear Iran

Iran nuclear deal: 'Sanctions have worked'

Salome Zurabishvili is a career diplomat who is currently coordinator of the UN Panel of Experts on sanctions against Iran. She has been in the thick of efforts to reach an...

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2015-07-15 climate change

Climate change: 'We have to de-carbonise growth'

Rachel Kyte is vice-president of the World Bank and its special envoy on climate change. She is at the forefront of the fight to secure a global commitment to limit greenhouse...

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2015-07-11 Srebrenica massacre

Srebrenica massacre, 20 years on: Did the West know?

Twenty years ago, some 8,000 Muslim men and boys were murdered at the hands of Serb forces in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica. The failure of the international community to...

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