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Exiled family returns to Somaliland

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Whose boots on the ground? Turkey wary of Syrian Kurds (part 2)

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DEBATE

Whose boots on the ground? Turkey wary of Syrian Kurds

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TALKING EUROPE

Dacian Ciolos, EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development

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TALKING EUROPE

EU-US free trade agreement: A bad deal for European consumers?

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THE INTERVIEW

Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, Somali president

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ENCORE!

Tony Allen: Putting the 'beat' in Afrobeat

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REPORTERS

Uruguay: President Mujica’s social revolution

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Video: Turkey ‘turns blind eye’ to border-crossing jihadists

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FRANCE 24

EBOLA

UK and Canada race to develop first Ebola vaccine

News that vaccines to fight Ebola are being developed on both sides of the Atlantic has grabbed global media headlines as the world stands on the precipice of an epidemic. But which laboratory will be the first to get it to market?

FRANCE 24

EBOLA

EU commits to stepping up Ebola response

The European Union committed itself Monday to step up efforts toward getting 1 billion euros ($1.27 billion) in aid to fight Ebola in West Africa and rejected the idea of halting direct flights coming from the region.

FRANCE 24

BUSINESS

France shows UK retailers how to beat competition

The success of French retailers in stopping the advance of discounters in the last five years shows a way out of the crisis embroiling Britain’s “big four” grocers. Their simple formula: fewer complex promotions and big price cuts across the board.

FRANCE 24

JAPAN

Japan's scandal-hit ministers resign in setback for PM

Japan’s new trade and industry minister quit over a funding scandal on Monday and the justice minister resigned after being accused of violating electoral laws, dealing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe his biggest setback since taking office in 2012.

FRANCE 24

HONG KONG

Hong Kong crisis deepens after weekend clashes

A deepening sense of impasse gripped Hong Kong as pro-democracy protests entered their fourth week on Monday, with the government having limited options to end the crisis and demonstrators increasingly willing to confront police.