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Leading human rights activist shot in Burundi's capital

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Migrant Crisis: The Blame Game

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Kerry Middle East Tour

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Greek shares plunge as trading resumes in Athens

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'Gulf countries need proof and guarantees'

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'The deadly French-English border'

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Experimental Ebola vaccine could stop virus in West Africa

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#CecilTheLion : Hunter Becomes The Hunted

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Erdogan’s gamble: Turkey launches offensives on PKK and Islamic State Group (part 2)

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FRANCE 24

Kosovo lawmakers attend a parliamentary session in Pristina on August 3, 2015

KOSOVO

Kosovo votes for new war crimes court

Kosovo’s parliament voted to change the constitution on Monday and create a war crimes court, which the West wants to try ethnic Albanian former guerrillas for alleged war crimes including organ harvesting.

FRANCE 24

PHOTOGRPAHY

Paris opens expo of photos taken by Syrian child refugees

When a renowned photojournalist gave cameras to a group of Syrian refugee children in Iraq and asked them to take pictures of their daily lives, he was astonished by what they came back with. Their photos now form part of a new exhibition in Paris.

FRANCE 24

HUNGARY

Volunteers defy Hungarian govt to welcome migrants

Call them Hungary’s good Samaritans. While the government of Prime Minister Viktor Orban has toughened asylum laws in response to a tide of weary immigrants, ordinary citizens in the southern city of Szeged are taking them into their care.

FRANCE 24

IRAN

Video: Renault eyes expansion in Iran

French carmaker Renault tells FRANCE 24 about its plans to quadruple production in Iran, as the roll-back of Western sanctions heralds a new era of opportunities for foreign companies.

FRANCE 24

ISRAEL

Israel approves detention for Jewish extremists

Israel’s security cabinet approved on Sunday the detention of citizens suspected of waging violence against Palestinians without trial in a crackdown aimed at capturing the perpetrators of a lethal West Bank arson attack blamed on Jewish militants.