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Lights go out in Venezuela and Saudi Arabia goes green (part 1)

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Stalemate in Spain and Protests in Paris (part 2)

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Cinema, a French love affair

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Nepal revisited, one year after the deadly earthquake

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France's River Charente, a rich ecosystem

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Libya: Who's running the country?

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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

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THE DEBATE

Latest update : 2014-04-24

Homegrown Jihadists: France Sets Out Plan to Monitor Web and Support Families (part 2)

The four French journalists freed last weekend in Syria confirmed it themselves: some of their captors were French speakers. France's government has spoken of hundreds of French nationals in Syria, for whom jihad only requires a valid passport and a low-cost flight to Turkey. This Wednesday, France's interior minister spelt out plans to thwart the recruitment of home-grown jihadists, indoctrinated in their bedrooms over the web. How serious is the threat?

By François PICARD

Our guests

Gil MIHAELY

Journalist, Yedioth Ahronoth

Nicolas VINOCUR

Political and economic correspondent for Reuters in Paris

El Yamine SOUM

Professor of International Relations at Paris 3 La Sorbonne, Author of "Islamophobia in the Modern World"

Olivier GUITTA

Director of Research, Henry Jackson Society

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2016-04-29 inflation

Venezuela's boiling point: Power outages spark outrage (part 1)

Drought, collapsing crude oil prices and a bitter political divide. That's the toxic mix that's triggered full-blown riots in Venezuela. The heyday of Hugo Chavez is long gone as...

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2016-04-29 Venezuela

Venezuela's boiling point: Push to recall President Maduro (part 2)

Drought, collapsing crude oil prices and a bitter political divide. That's the toxic mix that's triggered full-blown riots in Venezuela. The heyday of Hugo Chavez is long gone as...

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2016-04-27 Spain

The Spanish Indecision: Protest parties in stalemate with old guard (part 1)

Is Spain at a dead end? The king is poised to send voters back to the polls again, six months after the failure of coalition talks. In December, it was all of Europe that watched...

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2016-04-27 Spain

The Spanish Indecision: Protest parties in stalemate with old guard (part 2)

Is Spain at a dead end? The king is poised to send voters back to the polls again, six months after the failure of coalition talks. In December, it was all of Europe that watched...

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2016-04-26 Chernobyl

30 years of fallout: Chernobyl and nuclear power (part 2)

30 years ago today, a botched safety test led to the world's worst nuclear disaster at Chernobyl in eastern Ukraine. France, with its 58 nuclear reactors, is particularly...

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