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30 Mar 2022
There are just 16 days to go before the first round of the French presidential election. In this edition of the show, we follow far-right candidate Eric Zemmour on a rocky visit to a "crack camp" in northern Paris. We also take a closer look at why young voters might not go to the polls on April 10.
17 Jul 2021
Street furnishing, sports facilities and children's playgrounds: in public spaces around Paris, urban planners are trying to reduce gender inequalities by making the areas safer and more welcoming to women.

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