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Latest update : 2013-10-09

Sarkozy breathes a sigh of relief

Nicolas Sarkozy has been cleared in the Bettencourt case, in which he was accused of accepting cash envelopes from France's richest woman by taking advantage of her "mental frailty"; a judge has now said there's no proof he pressured Liliane Bettencourt into donating to his 2007 presidential campaign. Also, dressing down takes on a new meaning in Tehran, as young Iranians show Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that they can, and do, wear jeans.

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2014-10-30 Israel

#IKEAgate?

From poultry manure to flat-pack furniture, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is taking a more bizarre turn each day. We look at the latest developments and reactions, after...

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2014-10-29 Israel

Undiplomatic language

Naughty language aside, #Chickenshitgate sets the internet alight as the Atlantic piece reveals the extent of the damage to the US-Israeli relationship. We examine this latest...

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2014-10-28 immigration

Immigration policy is Lost in Translation

Politicians from both sides of the Channel locked horns over the tricky issue of immigration this Tuesday. However, as the Select Committee Meeting descended into a bad-tempered...

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2014-10-24 immigration

Queen Elizabeth tweets

One has tweeted! The British Monarchy has sent its first missive into the social media buzzosphere, but some are questioning whether or not Queen Elizabeth really did send the...

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2014-10-23 media

Media response to Ottawa shooting

We take a look at some reactions to the Ottawa shooting. Also, an iconic photo from the fall of the Berlin Wall featured a Frenchman called "Laurent", Rue89 has discovered. The...

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