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Latest update : 2016-11-15

Can world leaders convince Trump to change his climate policy?

François Hollande has declared the Paris Climate Agreement "irreversible" both in law and as a matter of conscience, this in response to concerns that Donald Trump could renege on the accord. The French president made his remarks from Marrakech where he is attending the COP22 summit, which intends to carry forward the objectives of the COP21 Paris Climate Summit last year. Elsewhere, we look at whether or not Facebook contributed to the spread of "fake news" during the US election.

By James CREEDON

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2017-03-24 Donald Trump

Trumpcare falls before first hurdle

MediaWatch casts an eye over reactions to President Trump's first, bruising political defeat: the fall of Trumpcare. Plus, French far-right leader Marine Le Pen is welcomed into...

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2017-03-22 London

Internet users say 'we are not afraid' after Westminster attack

We take a look at some initial online reactions to the Westminster attack in London. Web users are paying tribute to the victims but refusing to give in to fear.

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2017-03-21 French Presidential Elections 2017

A French presidential debate with few surprises

We take a look at media and social media reactions to the first debate between major candidates in the French presidential election. Also, France's interior minister stands down...

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2017-03-16 Netherlands

What lessons for France after the Dutch election?

What does far-right candidate Geert Wilders’s poor showing in the Dutch elections mean for France, where National Front leader Marine Le Pen is hoping for victory in the...

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2017-03-15 François Fillon

Fillon fights on despite mounting scandals

He has been officially placed under formal investigation on suspicion of embezzling public funds. Yet French presidential candidate François Fillon fights on, much to the...

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