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Du lundi au jeudi Charline Roux propose aux auditeurs qui se lèvent tôt, de faire un tour d’horizon de l’actualité musicale et le vendredi, Mathieu Conquet met en avant un morceau de la Play List de France Inter Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes.
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It’s been a week of political aftershock in France, after the earthquake that was President Macron’s sudden call for snap elections. His gambit, in testing the far right’s EU election triumph and his banking on it being just a sign of voter frustration is an “all the chips” on the table moment and early polls suggest the National Rally are on cours…
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A cloud of uncertainty is hovering over Europe this June in the wake of the European elections. In France, the National Rally party of Marine Le Pen dominated the polls to such an extent that President Emmanuel Macron immediately dissolved parliament and called for new elections. The possibility of seeing the far right take power in the country has…
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Tensions have flared up again between North and South Korea in recent weeks, with both sides reviving Cold-war style propaganda campaigns. North Korea has sent hundreds of balloons carrying rubbish and even animal faeces across the border. FRANCE 24's Yuka Royer speaks to Sung-Yoon Lee, a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Schola…
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Pascal Lamy, a 77-year-old "globalist" Frenchman who has staked his decades-long career on the idea that more Europe is always better than less, has told FRANCE 24 he's hopeful that the solid gains by hard-right and Eurosceptic parties in the EU elections will spur Europe's 500 million citizens to build more bridges. Speaking to Douglas Herbert, La…
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In the UK's general election, Steve is running to be MP for Brighton. In Wyoming in the United States, Vic is running to be mayor. Both of them are not in fact human, but created by artificial intelligence. On this week's Tech 24, we interview AI Steve to find out what these robot candidates mean for democracy (and whether he's going to turn us all…
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In this edition of arts24, we met the author being called the best new writer of fiction in America. Nathan Hill's first novel "The Nix" in 2016 was named one of the books of the year and optioned for a TV series with Meryl Streep. He's in Paris as his second, "Wellness", is being translated into French by publishing house Gallimard. It's a look at…
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There is much anger among Catholic feminists over comments made by Pope Francis where he ruled out the possibility of women serving as ordained deacons or as members of the clergy. Also as polls continue to suggest that support for abortion rights is growing in the US, what impact is this having on the presidential election campaign? Annette Young …
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Poland's new pro-EU government has taken sweeping steps to reform the country's public media outlets. It claims the actions are necessary to restore press independence after eight years of populist rule. But the situation may be more complicated. Until a new independent press is created, the government is benefiting from favourable coverage, much l…
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From a payment card that does not allow cash withdrawals, to mandatory community service, Germany is introducing measures to make the country less attractive to migrants. The country remains the destination of choice for asylum seekers within the EU. More than 330,000 people sought asylum there last year: almost a third of all applications in the E…
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Forest fires in Canada have never been quite so destructive. In 2023, some 15 million hectares – the equivalent of more than a quarter of mainland France – went up in flames. Canada is warming faster than the world as a whole and 2023, the world's hottest year on record, was inevitably challenging. Firefighters, rescue workers and residents of at-r…
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A US Navy submarine has arrived in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in a show of force as a fleet of Russian warships gather for planned military exercises in the Caribbean. Ed Augustin reports from Havana. Jeffrey Hawn, researcher at the London School of Economics and Political Science, tells FRANCE 24's Mark Owen that the small size of the Russian fleet inv…
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There's been a rise in the last few months of Russian-linked disinformation sites that look misleadingly like real news outlets. These may look like regular print news websites, but the content is AI-generated with a pro-Russian narrative looking to intentionally mislead users. In this special edition of Truth or Fake, Vedika Bahl gives our viewers…
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The UN Security Council has called for an end to the RSF paramilitary's brutal siege of the Darfuri city of El Fasher. We hear rare testimony from one resident who managed to escape but whose family is still stuck in the gunfire and bombings. Also, it has been two years since M23 rebels captured DR Congo's major town of Bunagana, with no end in sig…
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Since a fragile 2022 peace deal ended Ethiopia's two-year war between Tigrayan fighters and federal forces, there are signs of recovery in the capital of Tigray. Also, Zanzibar commemorates the abolition of slavery. The island was a key stopping-off point for Arab slavers across East Africa for hundreds of years.…
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G7 leaders have agreed to use the interest generated from frozen Russian assets to raise $50 billion per year for Ukraine. Also in this edition: Elon Musk is optimistic about keeping his billion-dollar Tesla pay package. And Germany gears up to host the Euros, with 3 million visitors expected across the 10 host cities.…
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In this week's edition of Destination Paris, we look at the shortlist of 14 people, two of whom will be selected as France's flag bearers for the opening ceremony of the Olympics. We also check out one of Anshu Malik's training sessions. She is one of India's top female wrestlers and is aiming for gold at the Paris Games.…
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What are summits about? Most of the time, minions and sherpas have long before agreed on policy points before the red carpet has even been rolled out. Arguably most important in a summit are the photo ops: a chance for politicians to show they are at the helm, helping to rule the world in a spirit of cooperation. So what does this lot rule over? Da…
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The co-director of an Israeli charity that sends food into Gaza to help Palestinians has told FRANCE 24 that he and his fellow workers cannot witness people starving and facing famine as if they themselves have nothing to do with it. This as far-right Israeli settlers are trying to block the aid from getting through. Alon-Lee Green is the co-direct…
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Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba granted an interview to FRANCE 24 on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Italy, where Ukraine and the US are signing a 10-year bilateral security agreement. Kuleba called the deal a "landmark event", noting that it's the first of its kind between the two countries since Ukraine gained independence in 1991. Kul…
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PRESS REVIEW – Wednesday, June 12: France's Les Républicains party leader Eric Ciotti has backed an alliance with the far-right National Rally. The move is causing outrage within his party, with many calling for his resignation. Also, the UK's Conservative Party has launched its manifesto ahead of the general election. In other news, we look at a h…
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Saturday, June 8, 2024: Alison Sargent brings you a roundup of French stories after a week dominated by commemorations in Normandy marking the 80th anniversary of the Allied landings. The presence of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky added an extra layer of resonance. Meanwhile in Paris, the Eiffel Tower has been decked out with the Olympic ri…
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Scientists are warning of the growing risk of tropical illnesses spreading due to global warming. As temperatures rise, many places are becoming more hospitable to Asian tiger mosquitoes, which are known to carry and transmit dengue fever, Chikungunya but also Zika. In France, record cases of dengue fever have been reported since the start of 2024.…
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Twenty-two years ago, the Indian state of Gujarat erupted in violence. For several weeks from the end of February 2002, inter-communal violence led to the deaths of around 2,000 people, most of them Muslims. Entire neighbourhoods were burnt down and families massacred. This outpouring of hatred was sparked by a fire on a train on February 27, 2002 …
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Between the D-Day landings on June 6, 1944 and the liberation of Paris on August 25 lies the Battle of Normandy. For three months, the Allied forces fought fiercely against the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany. From heavily bombed towns, to relentless artillery fire and hand-to-hand combat in the "Falaise pocket", Normandy was ravaged and civilians were t…
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durée : 00:04:34 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - De la country au programme de cette chronique avec Orville Peck, mystérieux cowboy masqué et chanteur guitariste de country. De quoi pousser des Yihaaaa de joie et partir en cavalcade à l'écoute "Stampede Vol 1", son nouvel EP après deux albums.France Inter által
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durée : 00:05:10 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - À l'automne dernier on faisait connaissance dans La Playlist Inter avec Yamê, jeune artiste franco camerounais du genre doué, on fait un petit point route sur l'album de l'artiste, "Elowi" et découverte du titre "Quête" en playlist de l'été dsure France Inter.…
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durée : 00:05:16 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - Matthieu Conquet nous présente un duo : Mathilde Fernandez et Simone Ringer. Et avant d'écouter la musique, petit rappel des cours de Droit. Nul n'est censé ignorer la loi : Article 121-3 "Il n'y a point de crime ou de délit sans intention de le commettre. Reste à savoir si c'est... Intentionnel…
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durée : 00:04:40 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - par : Charline ROUX, Matthieu Conquet - Danyl est un nouveau venu dans La Playlist d'Inter, un jeune artiste qui évolue et s'exprime entre rap et new raï présente "Khedma", un projet en 3 volets. Khedma comme le charbon, le turbin, le travail à faire pour arriver à quelque chose.…
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durée : 00:04:47 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - Un inédit de l’homme en noir, le seul, le vrai, Johnny Cash, dans la playlist Inter. Titre inédit certes, mais également l'annonce d'un album posthume pour juin 2024. Avait-on besoin d’une raison supplémentaire pour consacrer une chronique à Johnny Cash ?…
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durée : 01:28:06 - Les conférences de France Inter - Dans le cadre de la Semaine de la presse et des médias dans l'École, Radio France s'est associée avec le CLEMI (Centre pour l'éducation aux médias et à l'information) pour organiser deux journées au cours desquelles de nombreux élèves sont venus à la rencontre de nos journalistes.…
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durée : 00:19:58 - Les conférences de France Inter - Pour commencer cette série de podcasts autour de la parentalité, on démarre avec un extrait d'une vidéo de Melissa et Fred. Elle va forcément vous interpeller.France Inter által
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durée : 00:39:08 - Les conférences de France Inter - Pour continuer cette série de podcasts autour de la parentalité, Ali Rebeihi vous propose un échange avec ses invités autour de la définition de l’éducation positive.France Inter által
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