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'No evidence that refugee flows per se have brought insecurity', UNHCR says

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Train tickets for young people: Building a new Europe, or simply free holidays?

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G20 calls for more dialogue on escalating trade disputes

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Can sport be apolitical? Mezut Ozil quits German team over Erdogan photo

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New high-speed railway threatens Kenyan wildlife

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Senegalese court convicts 13 people in country's first mass terrorism trial

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Macron's bodyguard scandal grows

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Trump invites Putin to Washington, France celebrates the World Cup

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A closer look at France's World Cup victory

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Our Focus programme brings you exclusive reports from around the world. From Monday to Friday at 7.45 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2016-07-18

One year after Iran nuclear deal, economic benefits slow to materialise

It has been one year since Iran reached a landmark deal with world powers on limiting its nuclear activity in return for the lifting of international sanctions. But most Iranians say they've felt little or no economic improvement so far from the deal. Our correspondent in Tehran, Mariam Pirzadeh, takes a closer look.

A  programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Laura Burloux and Claire Pryde.

By Mariam PIRZADEH , Mary COLOMBEL

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2018-07-20 Europe

Knife crime on the rise in London

The homicide rate has surged in the British capital this year. On average, one person is now killed every three days in London. Murder victims are getting younger and often come...

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2018-07-19 Europe

Spain's strawberry farms from hell

Spain's south-western Huelva region is known around the world for its strawberries. The fruit-picking season lasts three months and attracts workers from Eastern Europe and...

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2018-07-18 Asia-pacific

Young women in China go under the knife to improve job prospects

This summer, thousands of young female graduates in China will undergo cosmetic surgery to reshape their nose or enlarge their eyes. Competition in the labour market is so fierce...

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2018-07-17 Charlotte PRUDHOMME

Is French oak under threat?

Is French oak under threat? Around a third of France is covered with forests, and the country is the largest oak producer in the EU. But as international demand soars, the...

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2018-07-16 Sylvain LEPETIT

Despite economic blockade and corruption scandals, Qatar prepares for its 2022 World Cup

Although the World Cup in Russia only just ended, interest has already turned to the competition’s 2022 host: Qatar. The nation’s reputation has already been tainted by...

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