Monday 11 December
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11 December 2017
Our bureau chief Ed Stocker and French correspondent Marie Billon discuss the day’s top stories including Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Brussels, why the US still has more than 20 ambassadorships left to appoint and a profile of the new leaders of the Les Republicains party in France.
11 December 2017
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