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US Secretary of State John Kerry commits to ramping up military assistance to Nigeria

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Syria: What about the Kurds? Fighting on three fronts (part 1)

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Syria: What about the Kurds? Fighting on three fronts (part 2)

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In Niger the maluntrition of children is worsening

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Sarkozy: 'Everything for France'

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Rio's Legacy: Were the Olympics worth it for Brazil? (part 1)

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French diesel emissions inquiry 'omitted crucial details'

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Latest update : 2014-01-24

Davos: A 'battle cry' for youth unemployment

Just 39 of the 2,633 people participating in the World Economic Forum this year are under 30. In the first of our special programmes from Davos, we speak to Rajeeb Dey, founder and CEO of Enternships.com about his call to reduce youth unemployment. We also hear from Oxfam as they launch their report on income inequality.

By Stephen CARROLL

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2016-08-23 auto industry

French diesel emissions inquiry 'omitted crucial details'

A French government investigation into emissions cheating may have omitted details of test results regarding a Renault model, according to a report in the Financial Times. The...

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2016-08-22 France

French dairy farmers to protest over low prices

French dairy farmers are to stage a fresh round of protests over low prices. They are planning to demonstrate at the headquarters of a major dairy company on Monday evening. Also...

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2016-08-18 China

The most livable cities in the world

Life is good in Australia and Canada. The two countries combine for six of the top ten most livable cities in the world, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit. And find...

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2016-08-17 technology

Music festivals, sex-tape scandals and driverless tractors

While some tourism figures are declining in France, festivals are actually experiencing increased crowds. Whether it's photography or music, many venues say visitor numbers are...

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2016-08-16 Spain

Tourists flock to Spain instead of France, Turkey and Egypt

Sunshine, sangria, culture, beaches and, of course, patatas bravas. It is easy to find reasons to visit Spain, but part of the explanation behind the current surge in tourism is...

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