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France 24 turns ten: How to cover a changing world (part 1)

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On December 6th, 2006, we flicked the switch on France 24. Yes we have aged, but have we matured? That'll be for you to judge as we look back at the singular events that have brought us from there to here as we lived the Obama years, the rise of China and the BRICS, the Arab Spring and its backlash, as well as the rise of a new sort of reaction to globalization with Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. How has the world changed, and how has the way we report on it changed?

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