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Film show: 'Tale of Tales', 'Love and Mercy' and 'Terminator Genisys'

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How does IS group finance itself?

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THE INTERVIEW

'There is reason to be optimistic' on Iran nuclear talks

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THE DEBATE

Turkey's Border Bother: Ankara weary of emboldened Kurds (part 2)

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THE DEBATE

Turkey's Border Bother: Ankara weary of emboldened Kurds (part 1)

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Greece: Austerity vs. Bankruptcy

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IN THE PAPERS

'The giant fine wine rip-off'

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Video: After default, what next for Greece?

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Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week’s international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Latest update : 2013-12-02

The World This Week - November 29th, 2013 (part 2)

What a week it's been for Russian President Vladimir Putin, who could afford to keep the Pope waiting on his trip to Rome - this after getting Ukraine's president to back out of a treaty with the European Union. Also, what to make of France's decision to send fresh troops to the Central African Republic? And should the law punish the prostitute, or fine the client? François Picard and his panel discuss all this, and more.

  • Vivienne WALT, Time Magazine;
  • Anne PENKETH, The Independent;
  • Ulrike KOLTERMANN, Independent journalist;
  • Craig COPETAS, Journalist, Quartz & The Atlantic Group.

Produced and prepared by David Boratov, Haxie Meyers-Belkin, and Diaraye Bah

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By François PICARD

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2015-06-26 terrorism

Tunisia attack: The shadow of Islamic terror (part 2)

It was mid-morning on a continent otherwise focused on a taxi strike and an EU summit. A 35-year-old resident of the Lyon area was taken into custody over the killing of a...

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2015-06-26 terrorism

France terror attack: PM says 'Islamist terrorism' has hit France again (part 1)

It was mid-morning on a continent otherwise focused on a taxi strike and an EU summit. A 35-year-old resident of the Lyon area was taken into custody over the killing of a...

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2015-06-19 eurozone

European (Dis)union: Identity politics divide continent (part 2)

In the second part of The World This Week: Tensions over migrants flare up in Europe, while Greek negotiators haggle with the EU and IMF and the anti-immigrant Danish People's...

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2015-06-19 Charleston shooting

Charleston shooting: Hate crimes and guns in America (part 1)

In The World This Week: In the US, a horrific shooting spree takes place at a landmark house of worship for African-Americans, the target of white-on-black attacks for over a...

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2015-06-12 FIFA

Back to Iraq: US troops drawn in by fight against IS group (part 2)

The White House spokesman, Josh Earnest, announced this week an extra 450 non-combat troops to back up the 3,000 US military advisors already in Iraq. Also this week, Turkey's...

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