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Kurdish independence referendum: What impact on the region?

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THE INTERVIEW

Iraqi Kurdistan FM: 'We are determined to go ahead' with independence vote

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FOCUS

Are universities in Pakistan becoming a breeding ground for terrorism?

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ENCORE!

Film show: 'It', 'Loveless', 'Nothing to Hide' and 'The Party'

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THE INTERVIEW

Save the Children CEO on Rohingya crisis: 'Children are being shot at'

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BUSINESS DAILY

British PM expected to make offer to Brussels in upcoming speech

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THE POLITICAL BRIEF

French labour reforms: Will protests make Macron back down?

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IN THE PAPERS

'US threatens to totally destroy North Korea'

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IN THE PAPERS

Are hurricanes an uncontrollable phenomenon?

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THE DEBATE

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

Latest update : 2013-07-31

Egypt: a dangerous stalemate (part 2)

Egypt is at a dangerous stalemate. The EU's Catherine Ashton has managed to meet with ousted president Mohamed Morsi - who is still in custody - but the people continue to take to the streets. Mark Owen and his panel discuss whether Egypt can move forward without the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • Myra DARIDAN, Egyptian author and researcher; Former member of the Economic and Social Council in France;
  • Mohamed SALEM, France 24 journalist;
  • Gianni CARTA, Europe Correspondent, CartaCapital;
  • Omar ASHOUR, Senior Lecturer, IAIS, University of Exeter; Non-Resident Fellow, Brookings Doha Center;
  • Hamza ZOBAA, Writer, journalist and member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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    Programme prepared and produced by David Boratav, Mary Colombel, Christopher Davis 

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2017-09-12 France

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It was the first test for France's new president. Turnout may have been light by French standards but trade unions say Tuesday's protests were the first of many against Emmanuel...

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2017-09-11 Cuba

Picking up the pieces: What lessons from Hurricane Irma?

Now that Irma's weakening, what about next time? As the floodwaters recede, the cost continues to rise. While local communities have started investing in better storm preparation...

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