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Latest update : 2014-04-22

Hollande carries the cross of unemployment

Le Monde’s cartoonist depicts the French President carrying a cross this Easter Monday as a symbol of the rising unemployment figures he has pledged to tackle. We also look at online reaction to the release of four French journalists who had been held hostage in Syria. Elsewhere, David Cameron is criticised for his remarks on Britain being a “Christian country”. We also take a look back at criticism made of Nicolas Sarkozy when he made a similar statement about France and Europe’s “Christian ro

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2018-02-16 China

A controversial Chinese New Year

The must-see TV event of the Chinese New Year has left many people angry. CCTV's Spring Festival Gala caused uproar with its use of "blackface" on a Chinese actress. The sketch...

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2018-02-15 shootings

'Thoughts and prayers'

The US is averaging one school shooting every 60 hours so far in 2018. The latest school shooting in Florida has infuriated social media users who are demanding action and...

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2018-02-14 Jacob Zuma

Zuma resigns... on Valentine's Day

This programme went to air shortly before Jacob Zuma resigned - we take a look at press and social media exasperation at "The Long Goodbye". Also, it's the first Valentine's Day...

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2018-02-13 Israel

Media banned at Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi's trial

17-year-old Ahed Tamimi's military trial began today in a highly politicised case where the Palestinian girl is charged with provoking and intimidating Israeli soldiers. She has...

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2018-02-12 Johnny Hallyday

Public spat in Hallyday family over French rocker's will

Laura Smet and David Hallyday - two of Johnny Hallyday's children from earlier relationships - are to sue his estate, it was announced on Monday. The French rock legend left...

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