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What Next for Gaza? Lasting Ceasefire Agreed After 50 Days of War (part 2)

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What Next for Gaza? Lasting Ceasefire Agreed After 50 Days of War

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Video: Milan is starting point for Syrian refugees’ European odyssey

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MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

Terrorist ransoms: Should governments pay up for hostages?

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ENCORE!

Kristen Stewart and Juliette Binoche star in 'Clouds of Sils Maria'

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WEB NEWS

India: journalist launches "Rice Bucket Challenge"

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WEB NEWS

Russian aid convoy: Mission accomplished?

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WEB NEWS

Actor Orlando Jones lauches 'Bullet Bucket Challenge'

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'Macron Economics'

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LIBERIA

Liberia sacks ministers who left amid Ebola outbreak

Liberia's leader has sacked ministers and senior government officials who defied an order to return to the west African nation to lead the fight against the deadly Ebola outbreak, her office said on Tuesday.

FRANCE

IMF’s Lagarde investigated in French corruption case

IMF chief Christine Lagarde revealed Wednesday that she is under formal investigation in France for “negligence” over her role in a 2008 corruption case that involved a controversial state payout to French tycoon Bernard Tapie.

IRAQ

Video: Iraq’s Yazidis flee to spiritual capital of Lalish

Lalish, a small village in northern Iraq, is the spiritual capital of the Yazidi people. The ethnic and religious minority believe it was the only place to survive the Great Flood, and that it was where Noah landed his ark to recreate humanity.

USA - SYRIA

Airstrikes and Assad - Obama’s military conundrum in Syria

As the US inches closer to an intervention in Syria in its crucial battle with Islamic State militants, FRANCE 24 takes a closer look at Washington’s military options in trying to stamp out a threat “beyond anything we’ve ever seen”.

BUSINESS

Burger King to buy Canada's Tim Hortons for $11 billion

Burger King on Tuesday announced plans to buy Canadian chain Tim Hortons in an $11 billion deal that would create the world's third-largest fast-food company and allow the burger giant to be headquartered and taxed at a lower rate in Canada.