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Facebook versus French courts

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Coughing dragon? China's growth slows amid credit crunch fears (part 2)

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Coughing dragon? China's growth slows amid credit crunch fears (part 1)

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THE BUSINESS INTERVIEW

2018 'will mark end of banking secrecy in Switzerland': OECD tax chief

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THE INTERVIEW

Liberia's president slams Boko Haram's use of female bombers

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REVISITED

Yalta, the symbol of a new Cold War?

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IN THE PAPERS

Paris, world tattoo capital

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EYE ON AFRICA

Dozens killed in Boko Haram raids

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IN THE PAPERS

'Fair play won't stop Putin - it's time for sterner stuff'

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FRANCE 24

FRANCE

Police rule out mystery biker in French Alps murders

A motorcyclist seen near the scene of the unresolved September 2012 murder of British-Iraqi businessman Saad al Hilli, his wife and mother in the French Alps has been questioned and ruled out of the investigation, France Info reported Friday.

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ARGENTINA

Forensics ‘show’ Argentine prosecutor was murdered

Forensic tests on the body of an Argentine state prosecutor who died days after accusing President Cristina Fernandez of plotting to cover up Iran’s alleged role in a 1994 bombing indicate that he was murdered, his ex-wife said on Thursday.

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ARCHAEOLOGY

Pictures: Celtic treasure found in France

France’s National Archaeological Research Institute (Inrap) on Wednesday revealed the discovery of an ancient grave site, probably that of a Celtic prince, which is helping shed light on trade between some of Europe’s earliest civilizations.

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CANADA - NORTH KOREA

Canadian pastor detained in North Korea

A Canadian pastor who disappeared more than a month ago after travelling to North Korea for humanitarian work has been detained by authorities in the world’s most reclusive nation, his church said Thursday.

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A French soldier stands guard outside a Jewish school in Paris, on February 13, 2015

FRANCE

‘Tired’ soldiers spark terror fears in France

Thousands of French soldiers deployed across the country in a vast anti-terrorism operation are on the brink of exhaustion, meaning they could be unable to ensure the public’s safety in the event of an attack, union bosses have warned.

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USA

Clinton breaks silence over email scandal

US Democrat Hillary Clinton on Wednesday broke her silence over a budding controversy involving her use of personal email for work when she was secretary of state, saying she wanted the US State Department to release them swiftly.