France bids 'adieu' to Charles Aznavour; Russian cyber sleuths caught red-handed
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This week, beloved singer-songwriter Charles Aznavour, dubbed the "French Sinatra" by some, passed away aged 94. His send-off saw eulogies from the leaders of two countries: the Armenia of his origins and the France of his birth. Meanwhile, British PM Theresa May stared down dissent over her Brexit plans at the Conservative Party conference. And Dutch authorities revealed that they caught Russian agents red-handed trying to hack the wifi of the OPCW chemical weapons watchdog in The Hague.
A programme prepared by Yann PUSZTAI, Jimena MORALES-VELASCO and James VASINA.