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Obama in Vietnam: Just how close can Washington and Hanoi become? (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

Fuel on the fire: French unions block refineries to protest labour reform (part 2)

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ENCORE!

Music show: Judith Owen, Eric Clapton and Ariana Grande

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FOCUS

Video: Christian NGO brings Syrian refugees to Italy

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IN THE PAPERS

'Near miss' for Austria and the EU

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IN THE PAPERS

#hugabrit

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BUSINESS DAILY

French oil refinery workers extend strike action

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EYE ON AFRICA

At least two dead in anti-electoral commission protest in Kenya

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MEDIAWATCH

Far-right thwarted in Austrian election

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Oliver FARRY

French lawmakers are gearing up for a heated and long debate on proposed changes to the country's employment laws. It starts tomorrow, 2 days after May Day mayhem, in which two dozen police officers were injured during nationwide protests.

France labour law: Controversial reforms to be debated at National Assembly

French lawmakers are gearing up for a heated and long debate on proposed changes to the country's employment laws. It starts tomorrow, 2 days after May Day…

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IN THE FRENCH PAPERS

Socialists prepare for Hollande 'reboot' twelve months ahead of presidential poll

Live from the newsroom, France 24's Oliver Farry provides an overview of stories making French newspaper headlines.

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IN THE FRENCH PRESS

'French Molenbeeks' or cities struggling to get by despite poverty and unemployment?

Live from the newsroom, France 24's Oliver Farry provides an overview of stories making French newspaper headlines.

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IN THE WORLD PRESS

Messi, Platini, Macri, Putin and Iceland PM embroiled in Panama Papers revelations

Live from the newsroom, France 24's Oliver Farry provides an overview of stories making international newspaper headlines.

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IN THE FRENCH PRESS

Islamists aiming to take control of French neighbourhoods, minister says

Live from the newsroom, France 24's Oliver Farry provides an overview of stories making French newspaper headlines.

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Restored to close to their former splendour, these houses in Pompeii have never been seen like this since an eruption destroyed the Roman town 2000 years ago.Visitors to Pompeii can walk through the five houses, which have been carefully renovated and which are full of surprises.8. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Massimo Osanna, Director of Authority (Superintendence) of Pompeii:"Each house has its own extraordinary elements. Here there are these little thermal baths,they are jewels because they were decorated after the earthquake of 62 AD so they still have decorations that are in very good conditionPompeii was a prosperous town close to Naples until pyroclastic waves from neighbouring Mount Vesuvius wiped out the entire estimated population of 11,000 people in 79AD.The eruption buried inhabitants and objects alike in volcanic ash, leaving many fossillised in the position they were in on the fateful day.The restoration is part of an exhibition called 'Myth and Nature, from Greece to Pompeii', which describes the ancient town's cultural background.15. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Paolo Giulierini, Director of National Archaeological Museum:"In this first part of the exhibit, you can follow the paths that we call the mythological links between man and nature in the Greek world first, and then in the Roman world, particularly referring to a couple key divinities, such as Demeter, Goddess of the Harvest, The exhibition 'Myth and Nature, from Greece to Pompeii' runs until the 15th of June.

Pompeii homes buried by Vesuvius rise from ashes

Restored to close to their former splendour, these houses in Pompeii have never been seen like this since an eruption destroyed the Roman town 2000 years…

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IN THE FRENCH PAPERS

Brexit possibility puts UK-France relations on hold

Live from the newsroom, Oliver Farry brings you an overview of stories making French newspaper headlines.

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