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France's Macron likens divisions within EU to 'civil war'

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Head of UN entity probing war crimes in Syria speaks to FRANCE 24

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The future of work: How the gig economy is changing the jobs market

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PERSPECTIVE

'France has underinvested in early childhood education for many years'

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'Badass': Accolades pour in for Southwest pilot who landed plane after engine failure

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Emmanuel Macron in Berlin: Will Europe's superhero succeed?

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Violence in DR Congo's Ituri Province forces thousands to live in camps

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Latest update : 2014-02-24

Kiev burns: How far will Yanukovich go? (part 2)

The violence continues in Kiev. The worst clashes in months of unrest have claimed at least 26 lives since things flared up once more on Tuesday morning. Ukrainian protesters have seized control of the capital's central post office as they continue to fight off attempts by the police to break up their giant camp in Independance Square. As Kiev burns, we ask just how far Yanukovich will go to quash the uprising.

Produced and prepared by Anelise Borges, Haxie Meyers-Belkin and Diaraye Bah

By Melissa BELL

Our guests

Anton KOSLOV

Associate professor, American Graduate School of International Diplomacy

Joelle GARRIAUD MAYLAM

French Senator, UMP

Anna GARMASH

Member of Euro-Maidan Collective

Thornike GORDAZE

Researcher at CERI Sciences Po

Volodymyr ISHCHENKO

Deputy Director at the Center for Society Research, Ukraine

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2018-04-17 Europe

Macron's Europe: French president compares EU divisions to 'civil war'

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2018-04-12 Middle East

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