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MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

Political and social events from the Middle East, with exclusive reports and interviews. Tuesday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2013-08-14

Yemen: the new face of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula

This week, a series of prison breaks and a global security alert have revived discussions about a possible resurgence of al Qaeda. Also, an inside look at a hospital in Damascus, where doctors are struggling to treat people wounded in the Syrian conflict. And Qatar feels the heat as England casts doubt over the country's hosting of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

By Stéphane BERNSTEIN , Joanna COCKERELL , Jeanne Lavenant

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2017-01-17 Iraq

Iraq: On the ground with French troops in Mosul

This week, we follow French troops who are assisting Iraqi forces in Mosul. As the Iraqi and Kurdish forces consolidate areas retaken from the Islamic State group, French troops...

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2017-01-10 Syria

Meeting Omar Kamal, the Palestinian Frank Sinatra

This week, we introduce you to Palestine's answer to Frank Sinatra. Omar Kamal, a young Palestinian from Ramallah, sounds just like one of the most iconic crooners of our times....

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2017-01-03 Turkey

Turkey's tourism industry reels from string of deadly attacks

This week, we focus on Turkey, where a New Year’s Eve attack by the Islamic State group on a nightclub in Istanbul concluded a bloody year for the country. Just a few years ago,...

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2016-12-27 Israeli settlements

Israeli settlements: Israel, alone but determined

This week we take a look at Israel, which has lashed out at the UN Security Council for passing a resolution condemning Israeli settlement construction. We also go to a monastery...

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2016-12-21 Syria

Syria's one-time commercial hub of Aleppo now a ghost town

This week, Aleppo has been in the spotlight again after repeated attempts to evacuate civilians from Syria's one-time economic hub. With the armed rebel opposition losing control...

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