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'I got the power': Womanspreading takes hold of social media (and maybe 2018)

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IN THE PAPERS

What a story! France investigating Russian billionaire and senator over tax fraud

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BUSINESS DAILY

US retailers gear up for post-Thanksgiving splurge

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MEDIAWATCH

Stars join campaign to #FreeCyntoiaBrown

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EYE ON AFRICA

Mnangagwa to be sworn in as Zimbabwe's president on Friday

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THE DEBATE

Hard bargaining: Lebanon prime minister returns and suspends resignation

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THE INTERVIEW

Keepers of the flame: Native American communities seeking to protect their cultural legacy

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FOCUS

Tunisians disillusioned, seven years after revolution

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Indonesia: New orangutan species found in Sumatra

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FRENCH CONNECTIONS

A quirky, insider’s guide to understanding France and the French, from the sublime to the ridiculous. Thursday at 1.45 pm.

Latest update : 2016-11-13

One year later: How the November attacks changed France

This week, France is marking the one-year anniversary of the November 13 attacks, the deadliest-ever terror attacks on the country. It's a time to take stock of how much France has changed. The past 12 months have been marked by patriotism, fear and a bitter national debate about identity and what it means to be French.

By Florence VILLEMINOT

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2017-11-16 Gay marriage

Gay rights in France: After marriage equality, what's next?

In 2013, same-sex marriage and adoption became legal in France but key issues remain unresolved. The main sticking point today concerns "medically assisted procreation",...

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2017-11-09 French culture

French Lit 101: Exploring France's vibrant book culture

Literature holds an important place in the French cultural landscape. Many authors have superstar status and the mainstream media often relays literary news, particularly the...

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2017-10-26 pollution

A car-free Paris: Nightmare or dream come true?

For Paris to remain a postcard city, must it become a "post-car" city? That’s what Mayor Anne Hidalgo thinks. She recently outlined her plan to crack down on pollution in the...

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2017-10-19 women's rights

#balancetonporc: Sexual harassment and gender inequality in France

The scandal surrounding Harvey Weinstein in the US sent shockwaves around the world. Here in France, it has revived a debate on sexual harassment and male predation, particularly...

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2017-10-12 guns

Gun control in France

Like other European countries, France has tight gun laws. Acquiring a permit to own a weapon is long and tricky and there are restrictions on what types of guns people can buy....

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