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THE DEBATE

Mosul Offensive: New phase in battle for Iraq's second city (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

Mosul Offensive: New phase in battle for Iraq's second city (part 2)

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ENCORE!

Kiwi indie heroes The Naked and Famous reflect on life after 'Young Blood'

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THE INTERVIEW

France's election: 'The Russians are doing what they can to bring down Macron'

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FOCUS

North Dakota: Sioux tribe stands firm against pipeline project

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TALKING EUROPE

Georgian foreign minister discusses ties with EU, NATO

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THE INTERVIEW

NATO chief Stoltenberg: US is 'strongly committed to NATO'

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TALKING EUROPE

Climate change agreements: The US blows cold, what will the EU do?

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IN THE PAPERS

No mood to party: Some Brazilian cities are cancelling carnival

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EYE ON AFRICA

All the news from Africa and the Maghreb, with France 24’s correspondents and our guests on set. From Monday to Friday at 9.45 pm and 10.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2014-01-14

Relative calm reigns in the Central African Republic

"The chaos is over". That was the message from the Central African Republic's new interim leader, Alexandre-Ferdinand Nguendet, as he deployed hundreds more soldiers to stop sectarian violence. Also, South Sudan's opposing factions have resumed ceasefire talks in Addis Ababa, while government troops aim to retake the rebel-held town of Bor. And Japan's premier visits Ethiopia on the final stop of an African tour it is hoped will strengthen business ties with the continent.

By Rochelle FERGUSON , Nicolas GERMAIN , Charlotte PRUDHOMME

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2017-02-17 Boko Haram

Nigeria: Suicide bombers die in failed attack with suspected Boko Haram links

In tonight's edition: a planned mass suicide attack in the capital of Nigeria's north-east Borno State leaves only the assailants dead. Also, hundreds of migrants have broken...

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2017-02-16 South Africa

Armyworm caterpillars threaten food supply in southern Africa, UN warns

In tonight's edition: 17 banks are accused of colluding to fix the price of the rand, DR Congo prepares for its next elections and armyworms devastate crops across southern Africa.

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2017-02-15 Libya

Kenyan doctors released

In tonight's edition, Kenyan doctors are freed, divisions deepen within the ANC and over a thousand families return to battle-scarred Sirte.

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2017-02-14 DR Congo

At least three killed as police try to arrest cult leader in Kinshasa

In tonight's edition: police raid a cult in Kinshasa, Nigerians are fed up with soot pollution in the south and we talk to the founder of the Africa International Film Festival.

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2017-02-13 South Sudan

Kenyan doctors jailed over prolonged strike

In tonight's edition: several doctors are jailed in Kenya, the UN warns South Sudan has become Africa's worst refugee crisis and we take a look at Cervantes's escape to Algeria,...

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