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Debate: Sex abuse: crisis summit in the Vatican - 2 hours 49 min ago
Pope Francis is opening the first summit on the subject of abuse in the Catholic Church in the Vatican today, Thursday. After decades of systematically covering up scandals the Church is now seeking ways to prevent sexual abuse. Victim associations want concrete measures. Will their demand be met?
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Debate: Putin's promises and threats - 2 hours 49 min ago
In his State-of-the-Nation address Russian President Vladimir Putin focussed on social justice and promised more money for families, the poor and pensioners. He also harshly criticised the US for withdrawing from the INF treaty and warned it against stationing short- or mid-range nuclear missiles in Europe. Commentators find his statements worrying.
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Debate: Which camp will win in the Republic of Moldova? - 2 hours 49 min ago
Conflicts over geopolitics are on the daily agenda in the Republic of Moldova. Since 2015 the parliament and the posts of prime minister and president of the country have been divided between pro-European conservatives and liberal parties on the one side and communists on the other. This division is also dominating the election campaign in the run-up to the parliamentary elections on Sunday.
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Debate: What changes has Ján Kuciak's death brought? - 2 hours 49 min ago
One year after the murder of journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancée Martina Kušnírová, four suspects are awaiting trial while a fifth has been arraigned as a possible contractor. The investigations are still underway and parliament is planning a new press law that gives politicians the right to a counter-declaration. The fight for a just Slovakia must not end here, the press warns.
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Debate: Labour rebels get backing from Tories - 2 hours 49 min ago
Three Tory MPs have left their party and joined the Independent Group set up by seven ex-Labour MPs. who quit their party at the start of the week. The three Tories cited the disastrous Brexit policy as the reason for their departure. Journalists are eager to see what the group of eleven rebels will be able to achieve in British politics.
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