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A journalist murdered: Europe's media freedom under threat

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Top psychiatrist: Trump's 'mental impairment' poses danger to world

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Hammond teases UK budget with homebuilding, driverless cars

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The 'Blame Game' has begun in Germany

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Exclusive: From Tehran to Najaf, a pilgrimage fraught with danger

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IN THE PAPERS

Germany's 'Jamaica' talks fail and French mayors hit the capital

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EYE ON AFRICA

President Robert Mugabe emerges from house arrest

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MEDIAWATCH

Harassment and hypocrisy in Washington

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Military pressures Mugabe to step down, Macron mediates in Lebanon crisis

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BUSINESS DAILY

A daily update on the latest business and economic news. Live on weekdays at 8.15 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2015-09-07

The slow death of France’s newspaper stands

Although a staple of the French high street, the country's newspaper stands are suffering from the digital revolution. And it's starting to show. Since 2009, 10 percent of France’s newsstands have been forced to close, and more than 3,000 are now up for sale. Also on today's show, China revises down its 2014 economic growth figures.

By Stephen CARROLL

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2017-11-20 UK

Hammond teases UK budget with homebuilding, driverless cars

UK Finance Minister Philip Hammond is about to unveil a new budget and says the UK will have a fresh proposal for its Brexit "divorce bill" ahead of an EU Council meeting in...

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2017-11-17 Donald Trump

US House of Representatives passes tax reform bill

The US House of Representatives has passed a bill that would slash taxes by more than 1.4 trillion dollars over the next decade. The Senate is expected to vote on its version of...

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2017-11-16 telecommunication

Media giant Altice to hold off on acquisitions amid debt woes

In this business update we look at debt-ridden media and telecoms group Altice, led by French billionaire Patrick Drahi (pictured). It's been forced to hold off on further...

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2017-11-15 Airbus

Airbus announces record order worth $50bn

Airbus has announced its biggest-ever single order of 430 planes, worth $49.5 billion. The aircraft have been ordered by the US investment firm Indigo Partners, and will be...

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2017-11-14 Venezuela

Venezuela defaults on interest payments

Venezuela has been declared in default by the ratings agency Standard & Poor's, after missing a deadline for two interest payments worth $200m. The news came after Caracas called...

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