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Egypt, Morocco lose first World cup matches conceding last minute goals

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Macron likes his china fancy

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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

World Cup: And in the end, Putin wins?; Trump hits back at critics; Migrant crisis divides EU governments

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FRANCE IN FOCUS

The Jewish community's place in French society

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#TECH 24

Football and tech: The data game is on!

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ENCORE!

John Cameron Mitchell on his new film 'How to Talk to Girls at Parties'

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DOWN TO EARTH

Iran's water crisis

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FOCUS

Residents of southern Lebanon live in fear of another war

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#THE 51%

Turning pain into hope: Rwanda's children of rape

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FRANCE 24

JAPAN

Deadly quake strikes Japan's Osaka

An elderly man and a young girl were killed, with several other people also in "cardiopulmonary arrest", after walls collapsed in a magnitude-6.1 earthquake that hit Osaka in western Japan on Monday, public broadcaster NHK said.

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COLOMBIA

Conservative Duque wins Colombia presidential vote

Right-wing candidate Ivan Duque won Colombia's presidential election on Sunday, beating leftist Gustavo Petro in a victory that will reassure investors but raised the prospect of changes to a landmark peace accord with Marxist rebels.

FRANCE 24

USA

Gunmen injure several at US arts festival

An all-night arts and music festival turned deadly Sunday morning when gunfire erupted in a crowd, sending people stampeding and leaving one suspect dead and 22 people injured, authorities said.

FRANCE 24

COLOMBIA

Video: Colombians head to polls in presidential vote

Colombians headed to the polls Sunday for a presidential ballot that could determine the future of the country’s historic peace deal, which brought an end to five decades of armed conflict with FARC rebels. FRANCE 24’s team in Bogota reports.

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SYRIA

Never mind the war: Syria courts tourists in PR push

Idyllic beaches, pristine waters and plush hotels dominate the Syrian regime’s latest wave of promotional videos to reinstate the country’s former role as one of the Middle East's top tourist spots. There’s just one detail missing: Syria’s civil war.