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Handshakes and private toilets: How Koreas' summit is planned to (media) perfection

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'Welcome to your new life (in prison)' Danish paper says to convicted killer Peter Madsen

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South African unions strike over proposed minimum wage

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Access to books: ‘Libraries are at the very heart of what makes people free’

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Facebook adds users, boosts revenue despite data scandal

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Macron on Capitol Hill: Speech before Congress emphasises 'democratic values'

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THE DEBATE

Macron in Washington: Can he change Trump's foreign policy?

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Catalonia's pro-independence movement tempted by radicalisation

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Film show: 'May ’68', Director’s Fortnight reloaded, 'A Paris Education'

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week’s international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2015-08-31

When China sneezes: World markets rattled by Shanghai’s burst bubble (part 2)

China watchers insisted this week that calling Shanghai’s burst financial bubble "The Great Fall of China" was too strong. But that didn't stop world markets from experiencing a black Monday, followed by more losses before a rally. In other news, three childhood friends from California were awarded the legion of honour for stopping an attack on a Paris-bound train. And in the US, a tragic drama was played out live on TV and social media.

Produced by Charles Wente, Mariem Lina Fahoum and Emerald Maxwell

By François PICARD

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Eleanor Beardsley

Journalist, National Public Radio

Julie OWONO

Paris Bureau Chief, Internet Without Borders

Eric RANDOLPH

Journalist, AFP

Rob Parsons

Chief Foreign Editor, France 24

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2018-04-20 Syria

Suspected chemical attack in Syria: Gunfire delays deployment of inspectors

Our panellists discuss this week's top headlines: First we look at Syria and the outcome of the strikes on suspected chemical weapons labs. With the OPCW unable to access the...

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2018-04-13 Syria

To strike or not to strike: US, allies mull response to alleged Syria chemical attack

First came the horrific images reportedly out of the besieged Syrian rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta and claims of at least 40 dead. Then came Donald Trump's tweet warning Russia...

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2018-04-06 Donald Trump

Lula goes to jail: Brazil's bitter divide

"Dura lex sed lex", said the ancient Romans. The law is harsh, but it's the law. This week is rife with tales of former presidents brought to justice. The charismatic former...

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2018-03-30 North Korea

Kim Jong-un's surprise Chinese visit, and the tribute to a French hero

From Kim Jong-un's surprise Chinese visit to the tribute to a fallen French hero, and a sports scandal that has shaken Australia, our panelists join us to take a look back at the...

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2018-03-23 France

Terror attack in southern France; Sarkozy and Gaddafi; John Bolton’s return

Our panel of international journalists looks at France's first terrorist attack of 2018. And former president Nicolas Sarkozy is under formal investigation for illegal campaign...

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