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Suspected gas cylinder blast kills 42 on Zimbabwe bus

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Theresa May soldiers on; Israel political turmoil; France fuel protests

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'New right', old ideas? A closer look at the far right in Germany

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Art Deco: France's love affair with the Roaring Twenties

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India's vanishing women workers

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Reporters: An outside view of France's Fifth Republic

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Audrey Tang: A hacker-turned-minister in Taiwan

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The Land of the Rising Sun comes to La République

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Concerts Without Borders: Making classical music accessible

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Latest update : 2018-07-31

French Twitter is in a flap over fakes

French Twitter is reeling after an overnight cull of fake accounts and bots—and the suspension of many legitimate users, too. Some are chalking it up to censorship or a political conspiracy, but the move is actually part of a global crackdown by the social media giant on malicious activity. Also, after 126 years, US Vogue will finally feature a black photographer's work on its cover. Beyoncé is literally calling the shots for the September issue.



2018-11-15 MediaWatch

Surveying the 'Brexsh*t'

We take a look at front pages and online commentary as Theresa May attempts to sell her Brexit deal to parliament, this as several ministers quit in protest over the draft...

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2018-11-14 MediaWatch

CNN v. Trump to decide if reporters have right to White House access

On Wednesday, the first hearing got underway in CNN's lawsuit against Donald Trump for suspending one of its reporter's credentials. Plus: Iceland Foods unleashes an animatronic...

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2018-11-14 MediaWatch

Trump's anti-Macron Twitter tirade

We break down Donald Trump's series of critical tweets aimed at Emmanuel Macron, just days after he was hosted in Paris for the centenary commemorations of the end of World War I.

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2018-11-13 MediaWatch

Gaza TV bombing: Attack on the press or military strike on a propaganda tool?

We take a look at different perspectives on the Israeli army strike that destroyed Al Aqsa TV in Gaza yesterday. Some say the TV channel is a legitimate target as it broadcasts...

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2018-11-12 MediaWatch

Fans say goodbye to comics king Stan Lee

Marvel's main man, Stan Lee, dies aged 95. Fans and those who helped bring his superheroes to life say goodbye. Plus, ads for "Trumpy Bear", the teddy bear with a striking...

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