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Hissène Habré is sentenced to life in prison

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"The best way to afford a suit is to get a job"

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Victims speak out about alleged abuse by French priests

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THE DEBATE

Falluja: Make or break, Iraq offensive led by Shiite militias (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

Falluja: Make or break, Iraq offensive part of campaign on three fronts (part 2)

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Music Show: Emily Loizeau, Paul Simon, James Blake

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The rise of antibiotic resistant superbugs

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James Galbraith on Greece's debt crisis: ‘A default is inevitable’

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TALKING EUROPE

The European Union: United in right-wing nationalism?

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We return to places which have been in the news - often a long time ago, sometimes recently - to see how local people are rebuilding their lives. Sunday at 9.10 pm. And you can watch it online as early as Friday.

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Latest update : 2014-05-05

Cyprus revisited

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In March 2013, Cyprus was on the verge of bankruptcy, needing 17 billion euros to save its economy. In exchange for a loan, the European Union imposed a tax on bank deposits. But a year later, Cyprus is still struggling to recover. Soaring unemployment, bankruptcies and growing insecurity are pushing many into poverty. Increasing numbers of Cypriots are turning to charities and the state for help. As Cyprus hopes for signs of growth, ordinary Cypriots are helping each other.

By Alix LE BOURDON

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2016-05-27 Turkey

Video: What remains of the Gezi movement in Turkey?

Three years ago, the city of Istanbul reached boiling point. Plans to destroy Gezi Park, one of the last green spaces in the city, and turn it into a shopping complex, triggered...

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2016-05-13 Iraq

Video: Iraq’s Najaf, the holy rebel city

It is nicknamed the "Shiite Vatican City." Throughout the year, the city of Najaf in southern Iraq attracts millions of pilgrims who come to pay their respects at the tomb of...

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2016-04-29 Nepal

Nepal revisited, one year after the deadly earthquake

Ceremonies were held last Sunday in Nepal in memory of the victims of the earthquake that devastated the Himalayan country a year ago. On April 25, 2015, Nepal was shaken to its...

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2016-04-14 Vietnam

Vietnam: The 'almost' forgotten battle of Dien Bien Phu

For the French army, Dien Bien Phu is a painful symbol. During this battle (March 13-May 7 1954), the bloodiest since World War II, thousands of French soldiers were killed,...

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2016-03-25 Brazil

Video: What remains of the utopia of Brasilia?

In the 1950s, those who designed and built the man-made capital of Brasilia had dreamed of a city capable of offering a better life to its people. What remains of these ideals?...

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