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Cinéma européen: un trop léger parfum de femmes

Ilayda Akdogan and Tugba Sunguroglu with Elit Iscan facing away from camera - Gunes Sensoy laying across - Doga Zeynep Doguslu shoulder in lower left corner-1 1Si l'égalité hommes-femmes progresse lentement mais sûrement à l'échelle européenne, certains secteurs professionnels échappent encore à la règle. Premier d'entre eux, celui du cinéma et de l'audiovisuel, bon dernier de la classe, malgré un engouement pour des films féminins comme Mustang, lauréat du Prix Lux 2015, sélectionné pour l'Oscar 2016 du meilleur film étranger. Retour sur une anomalie artistique au parfum doux amer.

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Free vote on EU referendum could see Cameron keep the peace within his party

cazmeron speechDavid Cameron’s decision to allow members of the government to campaign on either side of the referendum on European Union membership was presented as a magnanimous gesture. He would graciously offer a free vote to the members of his cabinet who back an exit, following the historical precedent set by Harold Wilson in 1975. But in reality, he had no other option.

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Explainer: what is going on in Ukraine now?

4960714274 d03996b9df oOn the face of it, the conflict in Ukraine seems to have stabilised somewhat. Sporadic shelling aside, the last few months of 2015 saw the “hot” phase of the conflict in eastern Ukraine wind down to a relative calm. Both parties' forces have been slowly withdrawing in accordance with the latest ceasefire agreement, and while there were some isolated clashes between the opposing parties over the Christmas period, they haven’t derailed the current plans. Indeed, German Chancellor Angela Merkel remains optimsitic about achieving progress in the negotiations. Meanwhile, Russia’s military attention seems now to be mostly devoted to its military intervention in Syria and the tensions that’s caused with other countries, particularly Turkey. But it’s easy to forget how serious the situation still is. After all, this conflict has killed more than 9,000 people – and the tension between Ukraine and Russia remains palpable.

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Comment l'entrepreneuriat social peut-il sauver le modèle social européen?

20141112 EP-012234-ABE 50310% du PIB de l'économie européenne, 11 millions de travailleurs, 4,5% de la population active de l'Union: véritable «spécificité européenne», l'entrepreneuriat social, s'il était davantage soutenu par les institutions communautaires, pourrait-il permettre au Vieux Continent de sortir durablement de la crise? Oui, analyse la députée européenne S&D Evelyn Regner, pour peu que les Etats membres s'accordent en ce sens.

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