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Reporters

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An in-depth report by our senior reporters and team of correspondents from around the world. Every Saturday at 10:10pm Paris time. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
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Talking Europe

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Politicians, activists and researchers debate the issues facing the EU and a 'guest of the week' offers their insight in a long-format interview that gets to the heart of the matter. Saturday at 7:15pm.
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Across Africa

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Join Georja Calvin-Smith for a round up of the week's cultural and current affairs stories from across the African continent: exclusive reports and analysis. Every Thursday at 3:45pm Paris time.
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Revisited

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We return to places which have been in the news – often a long time ago, sometimes recently – to see how local people are rebuilding their lives. Sunday at 10:10pm. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
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The 51%

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A program about women who are reshaping our world. Join us every Friday at 4:15pm Paris time and check out our Facebook page: FRANCE24.51percent.
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People & Profit

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The business show that goes beyond the numbers and the corporate jargon! We break down major business stories and look at how they affect our lives. Friday at 8:15pm Paris time.
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arts24

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Culture news from the world's art, food and fashion capital, Paris. Join us every day at 12:15 Paris time for reviews and conversations on what’s arguably the only daily arts programme on TV.
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Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week's international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7:10pm Paris time.
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Renaissance England was a bustling and exciting place...new religion! break with rome! wars with Scotland! And France! And Spain! The birth of the modern world! In this twice-monthly podcast I'll explore one aspect of life in 16th century England that will give you a deeper understanding of this most exciting time. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A quirky, insider's guide to understanding France and the French, from the sublime to the ridiculous. Thursday at 1:45pm. And join us for French Connections Plus on the last Thursday of the month at 4:15pm.
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Europe now

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We take you to the 27 EU member states for a series of exclusive reports and interviews with local MEPs. Produced in partnership with the European Union. Saturday at 7:15pm.
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Fact or Fake

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FRANCE 24's Europe team digs through news stories around Europe to shake out the truth from the trash. You can also catch the segment in our Talking Europe show on Saturdays from 7:15pm Paris time.
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In Banlieue Project, Ségolène Malterre and Wassim Nasr let residents of France's disadvantaged suburbs tell their own stories. Adapted by Erin Ogunkeye. Every other Tuesday at 4:15pm Paris time.
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The Observers

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A show produced with photos, videos and personal accounts from our Observers around the world – all checked by our staff here in Paris. Saturday at 10:45am Paris time (8:45am GMT).
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West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially Special Daily Specials; River City Hash Mondays, Tarrytown Chowder Tuesdays, Smothered Benedict Wednesdays, Metro Shrimp & Grits Thursdays & Blue Moon Spirits Fridays! Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam serves up a cornucopia of abundance in The Bistro Cafe with "All The News That's Fit To Read" and "In This Reporter's Opinion," a lively, humorous and astute analyses on the issues of the day, along with spir ...
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The country's ruling junta is stepping up cooperation with Moscow, after expelling French troops last year. Also in the programme, at least three people have been killed in a shootout between militiamen and police in the Ethiopian capital. Among the dead are fighters from a rebel militia known as Fano. Plus, the art of remembering: painters in Rwan…
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Troops in Myanmar have confirmed they've withdrawn from their positions in a trade hub near the border with Thailand. Fighting between the army and armed resistance groups has been flaring for months, with the ruling junta facing heavy losses. As a result, many Burmese are now fleeing to Thailand. We take a closer look.…
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Troops in Myanmar have confirmed they've withdrawn from their positions in a trade hub near the border with Thailand. Fighting between the army and armed resistance groups has been flaring for months, with the ruling junta facing heavy losses. As a result, many Burmese are now fleeing to Thailand. We take a closer look.…
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Abortion is legal in the UK, but England and Wales are both experiencing a rise in abortion prosecutions; using a law that dates back to 1861. In the last 18 months, six women have been prosecuted and at least one woman has been jailed. Annette Young talks to Mara Clarke, a pro-choice activist based in London, as to why this is happening. Also in F…
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Abortion is legal in the UK, but England and Wales are both experiencing a rise in abortion prosecutions; using a law that dates back to 1861. In the last 18 months, six women have been prosecuted and at least one woman has been jailed. Annette Young talks to Mara Clarke, a pro-choice activist based in London, as to why this is happening. Also in F…
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Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has made saving the Amazon rainforest – now a key condition for a trade deal between the EU and South America's Mercosur bloc – a priority for his government. A year after Lula came to power, his gamble has paid off: deforestation has been halved in the Amazon. But this success comes at the cost of sacri…
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Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has made saving the Amazon rainforest – now a key condition for a trade deal between the EU and South America's Mercosur bloc – a priority for his government. A year after Lula came to power, his gamble has paid off: deforestation has been halved in the Amazon. But this success comes at the cost of sacri…
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Maya Rudolph is back with a second season of her quirky billionaire workplace comedy, "Loot", while Oscar winner Robert Downey Jr dons multiple disguises for his role in the Vietnam War spy drama "The Sympathizer". Dheepthika Laurent and Olivia Salazar-Winspear also bring you the latest news from Canneseries, including Michael Douglas's historical …
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Louisiana is home to 25 percent of the US petrochemical industry and is the country's fourth-largest crude oil producer. As a result, it is one of the states with the highest levels of industrial pollution, with disastrous consequences for the health of its citizens. In St James County, part of an area of Louisiana known as "cancer alley", the canc…
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Louisiana is home to 25 percent of the US petrochemical industry and is the country's fourth-largest crude oil producer. As a result, it is one of the states with the highest levels of industrial pollution, with disastrous consequences for the health of its citizens. In St James County, part of an area of Louisiana known as "cancer alley", the canc…
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Thirty years ago, more than 800,000 people were killed during the genocide of the Tutsis in Rwanda. Among them were several dozen members of Dafroza Gauthier's family. A few months later, the young woman and her French husband decided to track down those suspected of taking part in the mass slaughter who had taken refuge in France. Journalists Thom…
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Talking Europe hosts the head of the largest political group in the European Parliament, the centre-right European People's Party. Manfred Weber, a prominent German CSU politician, is hoping that the June 9 EU elections will re-confirm the EPP's pre-eminent position, but he is cautious on the possibility of alliances with the hard-right ECR group. …
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Talking Europe hosts the head of the largest political group in the European Parliament, the centre-right European People's Party. Manfred Weber, a prominent German CSU politician, is hoping that the June 9 EU elections will re-confirm the EPP's pre-eminent position, but he is cautious on the possibility of alliances with the hard-right ECR group. …
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The Nordic model encompasses a strong welfare state, protection of workers through collective bargaining, good pension schemes and low levels of poverty. This system has gone hand-in-hand with a progressive approach to issues like gender equality and maternity or paternity leave. But the social model has come under pressure from the trends affectin…
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IN THE PRESS – Friday, April 12: The media reacts to the death of controversial former NFL star O.J. Simpson, who was acquitted of killing his ex-wife and her friend in 1994. Meanwhile, children in Poland rejoice as homework is banned...but not everyone is happy with the decision. Finally, three men are saved from a deserted island after writing "H…
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IN THE PRESS – Friday, April 12: The media reacts to the death of controversial former NFL star O.J. Simpson, who was acquitted of killing his ex-wife and her friend in 1994. Meanwhile, children in Poland rejoice as homework is banned...but not everyone is happy with the decision. Finally, three men are saved from a deserted island after writing "H…
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Social media users have been sharing false claims that the Ukrainian army sold two of the heavy-duty CAESAR howitzers – given by France – to Russia for $120,000 per unit. In this edition of Truth or Fake with Vedika Bahl, we look into the source of these rumours – which are based on false posts from two years ago – and why the outlet behind them is…
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Roll out the red carpet for Japan. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is being feted with a speech before a joint session of Congress and a White House state dinner. Key to the courtship is Tokyo's ramped-up role in policing the Pacific. Like the Germans in Europe, the Japanese have had to shed the post-war pacifism that's even embedded in their constitu…
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Roll out the red carpet for Japan. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is being feted with a speech before a joint session of Congress and a White House state dinner. Key to the courtship is Tokyo's ramped-up role in policing the Pacific. Like the Germans in Europe, the Japanese have had to shed the post-war pacifism that's even embedded in their constitu…
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While "au revoir" is the most common way to say goodbye in French, we take a look at some of the other ways to bid farewell. From the regional "boujou", to "salut", to "à toute", we look at the spoken – and written – ways of saying goodbye in France. We also dive into some French traditions, from retirement parties to final farewells.…
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While "au revoir" is the most common way to say goodbye in French, we take a look at some of the other ways to bid farewell. From the regional "boujou", to "salut", to "à toute", we look at the spoken – and written – ways of saying goodbye in France. We also dive into some French traditions, from retirement parties to final farewells.…
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The US consumer price index for March stood 3.5 percent higher than a year earlier, as inflation proved stickier than expected. A rate cut from the Federal Reserve, anticipated for June, is now in doubt. Also in this edition: the UN's climate chief calls for a new finance deal for developing countries, saying nations have two years to save the plan…
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The US consumer price index for March stood 3.5 percent higher than a year earlier, as inflation proved stickier than expected. A rate cut from the Federal Reserve, anticipated for June, is now in doubt. Also in this edition: the UN's climate chief calls for a new finance deal for developing countries, saying nations have two years to save the plan…
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Today’s West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, Smothered Benedict Wednesdays, is now available on the Spreaker Player!​ ​​​​​​ Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, Aileen Cannon overturned her own prior order, but this time blamed Jack Smith for her own lack of knowledge about the law. Then, on the rest of the…
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It's not only in the US and UK that border protection is on the ballot. The European Parliament's vote on a migration pact was always going to be a nail-biter, especially two months out from EU elections. We ask about the close result and about burden sharing, this as the numbers of those crossing the Mediterranean hit their highest level since 201…
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It's not only in the US and UK that border protection is on the ballot. The European Parliament's vote on a migration pact was always going to be a nail-biter, especially two months out from EU elections. We ask about the close result and about burden sharing, this as the numbers of those crossing the Mediterranean hit their highest level since 201…
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FRANCE 24 spoke to Leonid Volkov, former chief of staff to the late Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. On March 12, Volkov was assaulted in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius, where he has lived in exile since 2019. "I was attacked by someone with a hammer in the dark in front of my house," Volkov said, explaining that he was left with a badly i…
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French IT services and consulting firm Atos unveiled a refinancing plan on Tuesday that failed to fully reassure investors. In this edition, we take a look at how the company, which provides cybersecurity services to the Olympic Games and supercomputers for France's nuclear arsenal, accumulated close to €5 billion in debt.…
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As South Koreans head to the polls for a parliamentary election, the country's worsening ties with North Korea are high on the agenda. The small South Korean island of Yeonpyeong is located about 12 kilometres from the North Korean coast. In January, Pyongyang fired live artillery into nearby waters, forcing islanders into air raid shelters. The is…
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Today’s West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, Tarrytown Chowder Tuesdays is now available on the Spreaker Player! Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, in a scathing sixty-six page filing, Jack Smith urged the Supreme Court to reject Trump’s claims of complete and total immunity. Then, on the rest of the menu,…
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This is an introduction to the audio mini course for members and patrons on the Wars of the Roses. Get the course by joining on Patreon (patreon.com/englandcast) at the appropriate level, or buy the course here: https://courses.heatherteysko.com/courses/the-wars-of-the-roses-overview Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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"To choose not to choose is still to act," as French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre once said. Judges at Europe's highest jurisdiction agree. Their non-binding ruling against Switzerland over its failure to formulate a concrete climate action plan resonates as scientists confirm that the planet is coming off the hottest month of March on record.…
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It's an innovation that scientists are describing as a revolution. EDIT-B is a simple blood test that helps differentiate between depression and bipolar disorder, enabling doctors to establish a diagnosis within four weeks, compared to eight to 10 years currently. Bipolar disorder is a chronic mental illness affecting more than 46 million people wo…
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A 21-year-old bird watcher or birder, who is quickly becoming one of the world's leading lights on environmental issues, has spoken to FRANCE 24 about her passion for birds and the environment. Mya-Rose Craig talked about her early introduction to birding and how magical she found the creatures to be. It has led her to become a major campaigner to …
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