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15 Feb 2021
We look at press coverage of the largest protests to hit Myanmar in over a decade. We also take a look at the increasingly fragile situation in Haiti following a failed coup attempt against President Jovenel Moise. Finally, we take a look at what critics have described as an assault on one of the most sacred traditions here in France: eating at the table. HAITI
19 May 2017
More than 100,000 civil servants have been sacked in Turkey, and another 47,000 people arrested - all alleged supporters of the US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen - since a state of emergency was imposed in the wake of the failed coup last July.

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