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At least 3 dead in grenade attack in Bujumbura

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Inequality, sexism and the movie industry

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Sienna Miller on motherhood, her new movies and Cannes glamour

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After the Fall of Ramadi, Palmyra: Did the West Underestimate the Jihadists?

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Migrants and Immigrants: A Global Crisis

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Behind the scenes of French gastronomy

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Protests continue in Burundi as calls mount for election delay

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Burundi: Nkurunziza delays parliamentary polls as clashes continue

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An interview with a French or international personality from the world of economics, politics, culture or diplomacy. Every Wednesday at 4.45 pm Paris time and Saturday at 7.45 am.

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Latest update : 2013-07-23

Douglas Bernstein, Bankruptcy Lawyer

Detroit, once the booming engine of America's auto industry, has become the largest major US city to file for bankruptcy protection. Was the move rash and unnecessary, as some critics assert? Douglas Herbert asks a bankruptcy lawyer whether "Motor Town" can pay off its staggering debts and get back on the road to a brighter future.

By Douglas HERBERT

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2015-05-21 climate change

Unilever CEO: Fight against climate change is a 'moral obligation'

Ahead of the UN Climate Conference in Paris in December, business leaders are gathering in the French capital to discuss their role in fighting global warming and promoting clean...

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2015-05-20 carbon emissions

A low-carbon economy 'is an opportunity for business'

Executives from some of the world's biggest companies are gathering in Paris this week. Climate Week Paris is meant to galvanise the business community and it comes in the...

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2015-05-16 epidemic

Cholera epidemic in Haiti 'is an emergency': UN coordinator

The cholera epidemic in Haiti has been largely eclipsed in the media by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Yet cholera has killed around 9,000 people on the impoverished...

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2015-05-13 Ukraine

Ukrainian PM Yatsenyuk: 'Everyone is engaged in the process of de-escalation'

Three months after the signature of the so-called Minsk II agreements, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk is in Paris for meetings with top French officials, while...

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2015-05-09 energy

US Energy Secretary: Washington 'committed to a low-carbon economy'

US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has become one of the most high-profile members of Barack Obama's cabinet since his confirmation in May 2013. Moniz's background as a nuclear...

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