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14 Feb
It's not a completely new concept. In 2018, a Robert Half survey found that the four-day workweek was the second most sought-after perk after flexible hours.
1 Feb
Working four days a week for a full salary is an attractive idea. Could it offer companies and workers more flexibility? Some countries have had it for a while — now it's being tested in Germany.
29 Apr 2023
France 24 Videos Fri, 7 April 2023 at 1:40 pm GMT+1 In this article: COP26 COP26 The European Union likes to see itself as a world leader on climate change, trumpeting its commitments on decarbonisation, critical green technologies and biodiversity. But when it comes to marine ecosystems, how does the bloc measure up? EU ministers insist they are following scientific advice and protecting fish stocks.
11 Apr 2023
The US supermodel once nearly died from toxic shock syndrome, but bounced back. With her gold prosthetic legs, she is now a beacon of body positivity.

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Don't bet the family farm on it. Politicians in Paris, Warsaw, Brussels and New Delhi won't magically find the quick fix for an agriculture sector that's gone global at the expense of small producers. Why is it erupting all over, including here in France?
14 mins ago
Although Nigeria pumps crude oil, its refineries are so dysfunctional they have been closed down, so it imports almost all its refined fuel. Rising domestic consumption thus weighs on the current account.
1 hour ago
EU lawmakers have voted to pass the bloc's flagship law to restore degraded ecosystems. It came after weeks of farmers' protests against enviornment policies across the EU.
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The former and the sitting presidents seem set to repeat the 2020 presidential race. A sizable Arab-American community in Michigan withdrew support from Biden, over his policies on the war in Gaza.
3 hours ago
A “historic day” for Sweden who will finally be able to join NATO after Hungary’s parliament ratified its bid. Also in the news: French schools start their student uniform trials as part of a controversial national experiment.
3 hours ago
South Africa has recorded a significant increase in the killing of rhinos by poachers. The uptick comes despite government efforts to crack down on the illegal trade in horns.