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Historian Joan Scott: 'Hardline secularism is as bad as hardline Islam'

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Even in Kenya, exiled Burundians fear for their lives

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Every morning, FRANCE 24 speaks to a key business, social or cultural player, or a leading voice in the field of humanitarian action, sport or science. From Monday to Friday at 8.40 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2018-05-23

Are there other universes like ours?

Until recently, popular scientific theory held that the universes around us all had very different laws of physics, that they were constantly expanding and were possibly infinite in number. But shortly before he died, world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking and his colleague Thomas Hertog came to a somewhat different conclusion. They believe that our universe may not be so different to the ones around it after all. Thomas Hertog explains in more detail.

By Eve IRVINE

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2018-09-20 Perspective

Historian Joan Scott: 'Hardline secularism is as bad as hardline Islam'

"Secularism has been used to justify the subordination of women" is the provocative argument at the heart of the latest book by acclaimed cultural historian, scholar and author...

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2018-09-19 Perspective

Polar explorer Sebastian Copeland on the 'urgency' of climate change awareness

"If the poles are melting and if the ice was to be gone, temperatures would be 10°C higher and humanity would not exist". So says world-renowned climate change activist Sebastian...

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2018-09-18 Perspective

Child development: Inside a child's incredible brain

Paediatric neurologist Ghislaine Dehaene has spent much of her life studying the brain capacities of infants. She looks at how babies respond to sights and sounds around them,...

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2018-09-14 Perspective

Raj Patel: 'Nothing cheap lasts forever'

In recent times, a plethora of books have been published urging us to hurry up and do things or change our habits: "101 Things to Do Before You Die" or "750 Everyday Ways You Can...

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2018-09-12 Perspective

Rise of extremist parties sends tremors across Europe

The Sweden Democrats increased their share in parliament, thousands took to the streets in East Germany chanting neo-Nazi slogans, and asylum seekers continue to be refused entry...

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