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Charles Pellegrin 5h
Police and protesters facing off close to central police station
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Marc Perelman Jul 17
'There are no clean hands in the war in , the Houthis,the Saudi-led coalition,the Hadi government,proxies to the UAE are all engaged in horrible violations', activist Radhya Almutawakel full interview ➡️
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Charles Pellegrin 15h
Hong Kong’s anti-extradition pro-democracy movement is in the streets again this Sunday. The territory’s social workers gathered in front of government offices this morning ahead of a larger march this afternoon
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Marc Perelman Jul 17
'I'm not only disappointed, I'm angry' at the stance of Western powers vis-à-vis the war in ... It's very weird to me that they fuel this war by selling weapons,"activist Radhya Almutawakel full interview ➡️
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Marc Perelman Jul 17
'How many Yemenis should be killed before France and other countries are convinced they should stop selling weapons to Saudi Arabia and the UAE as a message?', activist Radhya Almutawakel tells full interview ➡️
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Florence Villeminot Jul 18
😎🌞Vive les vacances ! 🏖️👙 In this week's French Connections, and I explore France's love affair with holidays!
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Marc Perelman Jul 17
'The French government is lying when it claims the weapons France sells to Saudi Arabia and the UAE are not used in the war in ', activist Radhya Almutawakel full interview ➡️
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Douglas Herbert Jul 15
Clear labeling: Lest journalists fall into the trap of “he said/she said” false equivalency when reporting on ’s latest racist rant & avoid calling him what he is - a “racist” - for fear of sounding ”unobjective”, here’s the dictionary definition from .
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Marc Perelman Jul 17
'Western powers are fueling the war in by selling arms to Saudis and Emiratis while it's now proven that these weapons are used to kill civilians', activist Radhya Almutawakel full interview ➡️
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Marc Perelman Jul 17
'The disaster in is not only a humanitarian crisis, it's also a human rights crisis', activist Radhya Almutawakel tells full interview ➡️
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Selina Sykes Jul 19
Algeria fans queuing outside the Institut du Monde Arabe ahead of the AFCON final this evening. Paris is buzzing.
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Stephen Carroll Jul 16
US lawmakers will be grilling a Facebook executive later over its plans for the digital currency . Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the company has "a lot of work to do" before it can launch the 💰. 📺
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Cole Stangler Jul 12
Global oil production is far exceeding demand, thanks in no small part to the United States. In tonight's business news
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Nadia Abdel-Massih Jul 17
French govt spokeswoman Sibeth Ndiaye says conclusions of investigation into de Rugy allegations will be announced ‘in days’. Macron govt determined to draw a line under scandal that forced out environment minister.
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Natural Tweet Jul 17
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Stephen Carroll Jul 18
The long-awaited report into changes to France's pension system has just been published. The plan would see the retirement age for most people rise to 64. I briefed on the details.
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Genie Godula Jul 16
Thank you to for a great chat at the ! Today on
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Stephen Carroll Jul 19
How reassuring: says the record temperature recorded in France on June 28th was actually 46c, not 45.9 as previously reported.
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Stephen Carroll Jul 17
France's says he's expecting "tough and lively" talks at the finance ministers' meeting over the French digital tax. The US is opposed to the measure. 📺My briefing with
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Claire Pryde Jul 17
'This is clearly not the end', told me after a Turkish court acquitted - the representative for Reporters Without Borders - of terrorism charges
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