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Our Focus programme brings you exclusive reports from around the world. From Monday to Friday at 7.45 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2018-09-06

Video: Chemnitz, a symbol of Germany's divisions on immigration policy

Tensions have been running high in the eastern German city of Chemnitz since late August when a German man was fatally stabbed, allegedly by two asylum seekers. Following that attack, far-right groups were quick to organise a series of demonstrations, with thousands turning out to chant anti-immigrant slogans. But counter-demonstrations and a concert to say "No" to the far-right have also been held. Our correspondents report from a city that's becoming the symbol of a bitterly divided Germany.

A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett.

By Anne MAILLIET , Nicolas SPICER

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2018-10-15 Focus

US Supreme Court decision boosts anti-abortion activists in California

California is often considered one of the most forward-thinking and liberal states in the US. But recently, so-called "pro-life" medical centres have been popping up across the...

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2018-10-12 Focus

From Bouaké to Abidjan, the bumpy road to reconciliation in Ivory Coast

In November 2010, a disputed presidential election in Ivory Coast sparked violence. Rival supporters of Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Ouattara clashed for weeks, leaving some 3,000...

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2018-10-11 Focus

White-only South African town nostalgic for apartheid

Some 27 years after the abolition of apartheid, there are still communities of white South Africans who refuse to mix with their black fellow citizens. It's the case in the town...

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2018-10-10 Focus

Why four million people risk being left stateless in India

Imagine losing your nationality and even being deported if you don't have papers to corroborate your heritage. Some four million people are facing that very scenario in the...

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2018-10-09 Focus

Scandal in Japan: Tokyo Medical University restricted number of female doctors

Following recent media revelations, Tokyo's prestigious Medical University has admitted that for 12 years, it manipulated entrance exam scores to restrict the number of female...

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