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Guadeloupe

World news about “Guadeloupe” published by euronews.

LEARNING WORLD | 26/07 14:16 CET

Exposing Slavery

Exposing Slavery

Movies have sometimes tried to depict the history of slavery; controversial visual images can be one way to inform young people, but are schools and exhibitions up to the job of teaching this shameful past? And what are the best ways to transmit a message to future generations…

  • Who am I? – identity and education
    LEARNING WORLD | 21/07 12:43 CET

    Who am I? – identity and education

    At various times throughout history, entire populations have been denied their identity. Today, efforts are being made to preserve traditional…

  • Building Guadeloupe
    02/07 20:06 CET

    Building Guadeloupe

    France is looking for ways to rebuild its overseas territory of Guadeloupe, after strong social protests there early this year. There seem to…

  • Guadeloupe: Towards a new status?
    19/03 21:26 CET

    Guadeloupe: Towards a new status?

    After weeks of social unrest on the French archipelago of Guadeloupe, questions are being raised about its future. Will it move towards a…

  • What future for Guadeloupe?
    19/03 15:11 CET

    What future for Guadeloupe?

    Guadeloupe has recently been shaken by a long drawn-out bitter social struggle. Euronews met the two main protagonists in the conflict – Elie…

  • Deal ends weeks of unrest in Guadeloupe
    05/03 13:17 CET

    Deal ends weeks of unrest in Guadeloupe

    A general strike that crippled the French island of Guadeloupe for six weeks has ended with an agreement between unions and the government…

  • Paris marches in support of Guadeloupe
    21/02 18:53 CET

    Paris marches in support of Guadeloupe

    Thousands of people have taken to the streets of the French capital to show their solidarity with protestors in France’s overseas departments…

  • Silent march for protest victim in Guadeloupe
    19/02 13:35 CET

    Silent march for protest victim in Guadeloupe

    Thousands of demonstrators have held a silent march in Guadeloupe’s largest city of Pointe-a-Pitre to commemorate a union member shot dead…

  • First death in Guadeloupe unrest
    18/02 20:05 CET

    First death in Guadeloupe unrest

    Anger at the financial crisis has turned fatal in France’s Caribbean island, Guadeloupe. Weeks of increasingly violent protests culminated…

  • Protests in Guadeloupe descend into violence
    18/02 13:09 CET

    Protests in Guadeloupe descend into violence

    One man has been shot dead and several police officers have been injured in another night of violence on the French Caribbean island of…


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