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The world this week - October 24 2014 (part 2)

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The world this week - October 24 2014

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FRANCE IN FOCUS

Art rocks and shocks Paris

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#TECH 24

Samsung's Gear VR Reviewed

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#TECH 24

How to become a Cyborg

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ENCORE!

Paris rediscovers Picasso

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#THE 51%

Should freezing your eggs be a company benefit?

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Norway: Utoya massacre survivors still seeking answers

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AFRICA NEWS

Tunisia clashes: Police exchange fire with armed terrorists near capital

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A show about human spirit and achievement in the face of adversity. 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. Every other Sunday at 8.40 pm.

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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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2014-10-24 Norway

Norway: Utoya massacre survivors still seeking answers

The horror of July 22, 2011 is forever seared in Norway’s collective memory. That was the day that Anders Breivik opened fire on a summer camp of the Workers' Youth League on the...

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2014-10-10 Ireland

Belfast: The legacy of the Troubles

The 1998 Good Friday agreement ended a 30-year conflict between republicans and loyalists in Northern Ireland. The “Troubles” were over – peace broke out. In the years since,...

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2014-09-26 Cambodia

Phnom Penh revisited

From 1975 to 1979, an entire population was subjected to forced labor by its leaders. Massacres, executions, persecutions… Cambodians were the victims of the 20th century’s third...

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2014-09-12 tourism

Abbottabad: Life after bin Laden

Three years ago, US special forces killed Osama bin Laden. Al Qaeda's former leader was hiding in Abbottabad, a Pakistani town nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas. The...

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2014-06-27 Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast: Rebuilding after the conflict

Three years after the post-election crisis in Ivory Coast, activity has resumed in the country's economic capital. Like the rest of the nation, Abidjan paid a heavy price during...

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