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Will Finland's eurosceptic party enter government?

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The health risk behind Argentina's soya paradise

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Top Burundian judge flees country after government pressure

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IN THE PAPERS

'60% of British citizens want voting reform'

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THE INTERVIEW

Swedish FM: ‘Diplomacy today is about courage and patience’

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IN THE PAPERS

Women journalists to male politicians: Hands off!

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BUSINESS DAILY

France's billion-euro private beach industry

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EYE ON AFRICA

UN denies claims it tried to cover up sex abuse in Central African Republic

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DEBATE

François of Arabia: Hollande's Budding Friendship with the Gulf (part 2)

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FRANCE 24

Disgraced former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn answers journalists' questions as he leaves a Paris' courthouse on February 26, 2013

FRANCE

French female journalists fed up with sexist politicians

Wandering hands, lewd comments and incessant text messages asking for dates: these are just some examples of the routine sexism French female journalists say they suffer from at the hands of the country’s politicians. And now they have had enough.

FRANCE 24

UK ELECTIONS – FRANCE

UK vote: The view from France

While the French public at large is paying scant attention to this week’s parliamentary elections in the United Kingdom, recent press coverage shows many in France fear that the country is getting ready to ditch the EU for good.

FRANCE 24

FRANCE

France's Jean-Marie Le Pen bites back

National Front party founder Jean-Marie Le Pen on Tuesday said he had been betrayed by his own daughter, Marine Le Pen, a day after France’s far right party suspended him.