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Latest update : 2017-03-28

Famine as a weapon of war: 20 million lives at risk in Africa, Yemen (part 2)

Up to 20 million people face starvation in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and northeast Nigeria. Each case has this in common: conflict, the breakdown of public services and in the case of South Sudan, the government withholding food to opposition-dominated areas. How to break the cycle that in the case of Somalia has endured for more than a quarter-century? How to stop the war in Yemen? Can there be a holistic plan that makes these nations more self-reliant?

Click here for PART TWO. 

Produced by Michele BARBERO, François WIBAUX and Christopher DAVIS.

By François PICARD

Our guests

Ali Sharif AHMED

Ambassador of Somalia to France

Acheikh IBN OUMAR

Former Chadian Minister of Foreign Affairs

Alex DE WAAL

Executive Director, World Peace Foundation

Simona FOLTYN

FRANCE 24 reporter

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2018-01-17 Poland

Poland's existential struggle: Abortion debate spurs protests over right-wing shift

Women across Poland took to the streets wearing black as a sign of mourning for their reproductive rights. Rights they say are under threat from the ruling conservative Law and...

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2018-01-16 Emmanuel Macron

Macron on migration: Humanity or closed-border policy?

Emmanuel Macron has made his first visit to Calais as French leader. After talking with some migrants and listening to their stories, Macron said he would not allow another...

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2018-01-15 Africa

Tunisia's revolutionary fire: Fresh protests, seven years after Arab Spring

It's been seven years since the uprising that saw a wind of change blow across North Africa. The Arab Spring began with the exit of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali in Tunisia. Nine...

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2018-01-11 Europe

Merkel's last chance? German chancellor in crunch coalition talks

Germany has been in a holding pattern since September 24, when citizens voted in a general election where the big centre-right and centre-left blocs underperformed badly. And...

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2018-01-10 Emmanuel Macron

Conspiracy theories: How to sort truth from fiction?

Long before there was the internet, there were conspiracy theories: neatly-bundled stories to explain events that are hard to swallow. So why does a new survey show that a...

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