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Best France Medias Monde podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best France Medias Monde podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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www.france24.com
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Political and social events from the Middle East, with exclusive reports and interviews. Tuesday at 5.45 pm Paris time.
 
RFI goes behind-the-scenes of one of the week's major stories.
 
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Spotlight on France
Monthly+
 
Interested in France? Let us be your ears and eyes on the ground. Hosts Sarah Elzas and Alison Hird take you beyond the baguette, to hear from the people who make France what it is, and who want to change it - to give you a fuller picture of this country at the heart of Europe. Spotlight on France is a weekly podcast, in English, from Radio France International, out Thursdays.
 
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The 51%
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A program about women who are reshaping our world. Join us every Friday at 4:40 pm Paris time and check out our Facebook page: FRANCE24.51percent.
 
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Meio Ambiente
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Entrevistas sobre todos os temas relacionados ao meio ambiente. Análises sobre os principais desafios no combate ao aquecimento global, à poluição. Iniciativas para proteção dos ecossistemas e reflexão sobre políticas de prevenção de catástrofes naturais e industriais.
 
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Revisited
Monthly
 
We return to places which have been in the news - often a long time ago, sometimes recently - to see how local people are rebuilding their lives. Sunday at 9.10 pm. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
 
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Access Asia
Monthly+
 
Exclusive reports, features and analysis of political and social events from across the Asian continent. Every Monday at 5.45 pm Paris time.
 
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Encore!
Daily
 
How do artists and writers see the world? We take you to the crossroads where culture meets the news and engages with what's happening in our lives today. From Monday to Friday at 12.15 pm Paris time.
 
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Across Africa
Monthly
 
A week of political and social events across the African continent: exclusive reports and analysis. Every Thursday at 5.45 pm Paris time.
 
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The Interview
Weekly+
 
An interview with a French or international personality from the world of economics, politics, culture or diplomacy. Every Wednesday at 4.45 pm Paris time and Saturday at 7.45 am.
 
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People & Profit
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The business show that goes beyond the numbers and the corporate jargon! Stephen Carroll breaks down major business stories and looks at how they affect our lives. Thursday at 12.45 pm Paris time.
 
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Business daily
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A daily update on the latest business and economic news. Live on weekdays at 8.15 am Paris time.
 
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Talking Europe
Weekly+
 
Politicians, activists and researchers debate the issues facing the EU and a 'guest of the week' offers their insight in a long-format interview that gets to the heart of the matter. Saturday at 12.10 pm.
 
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MediaWatch
Weekly+
 
A fresh take on the news big and bizarre in the newspapers, on websites, blogs and social media. From Monday to Friday at 8.45 pm Paris time.
 
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The Debate
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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.
 
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Spotlight on Africa
Monthly
 
An in-depth look at an important story affecting the African continent today.
 
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Eye on Africa
Weekly+
 
All the news from Africa and the Maghreb, with France 24’s correspondents and our guests on set. From Monday to Friday at 9.45 pm and 10.45 pm Paris time.
 
Paris is a hub for musicians from all over the world. Our weekly show is a forum for sharing that music, and exploring its emotional impact. World Music Matters is hosted by RFI's Alison Hird.
 
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Tech 24
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We explore the digital revolution and check out the latest technological trends. Every Saturday at 2.15 pm Paris time. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
 
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Focus
Daily
 
Our Focus programme brings you exclusive reports from around the world. From Monday to Friday at 7.50 am Paris time.
 
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Saúde
Monthly+
 
Entrevistas e reportagens com especialistas sobre as novas pesquisas e descobertas na área da saúde, controle de epidemias e políticas sanitárias.
 
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Habari RFI-Ki
Monthly+
 
Makala ya kila siku yanayompa fursa msikilizaji kutoa maoni yake juu ya habari zilizopewa uzito wa juu kwa siku husika. Msikilizaji hushiriki kwa kutuma ujumbe mfupi pamoja na kupiga simu.
 
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Mu Zagaya Duniya
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Wannan Sabon Shiri ne da ke tattauna Wasu Muhimman Labarai da suka ja hankalin Duniya. Ana gabatar da shirin ne a karshen mako.
 
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Mid-East Junction
Monthly
 
A monthly look into the different political, social and cultural events affecting the region.
 
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Jukwaa la Michezo
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Makala haya yanaangazia maendeleo ya michezo mbalimbali Ulimwenguni na pia huwa haiwaweki kando wanamichezo waliobobea na vilevile kufanya uchanganuzi wa kina wa michezo wakati wa mashindano mbalimbali.
 
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Wasanni
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A kowace Litinin da Juma'a a shirye-shiryen Safe da Dare ana gabatar da Shirin Duniyar Wasanni akan batutuwa daban-daban da suka shafi wasanni a sassan duniya.
 
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Reportagem
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Confira aqui as análises, entrevistas e repercussões de notícias que você pode ouvir e baixar. As reportagens +RFI propõem a cobertura de eventos importantes no mundo inteiro feita pelos repórteres e correspondentes da Rádio França Internacional.
 
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You are here
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From young apprentices to accomplished craftsmen, from farmers to Michelin-starred chefs... We meet the people who keep French heritage alive. Saturday at 7.20 am. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
 
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Reporters
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An in-depth report by our senior reporters and team of correspondents from around the world. Every Saturday at 9.10 pm Paris time. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
 
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Down to Earth
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We meet the people behind fascinating environmental, health and technological innovations in a bid for sustainable solutions to our changing world. Saturday at 7.20 pm. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
 
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Kasuwanci
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Shirin yakan diba kasuwancida tattalin arizikin kasashen duniya ya ke ciki. Shirin yakan ji sabbin dubaru da hajojin ci gaban tattalin arzikin na kasashen duniya. Tare da jin ta bakin 'Yan kasuwa da Masana’antu dangane da halin da suke ciki.
 
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Al'adun Gargajiya
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Kawo al’adu na zamani da wadanda suka shude daga sassan kasashen duniya domin mai sauraro ya san cewa, duniyarmu tana da girma da yawan jama’a masu al’adu daban-dabam. Akwai kuma Shirin al'adunmu na musamman na karshen mako da mu ke gabatarwa a ranakun Asabar da lahadi.
 
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Jua Haki Zako
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Jua Haki Zako ni makala yanayokuelimisha juu ya umuhimu wa kufahamu haki zako na sheria halali zilizomo kwenye jamii, mataifa na dunia kwa ujumla. Jua Haki Zako itakuelimisha juu ya masuala mbalimbali ya kisheria ndani ya Afrika Mashariki, Afrika na Duniani kwa ujumla.
 
Makala yanayochambua masuala na matukio mbalimbali yaliyotokea kwenye jamii kwa wiki nzima kwa kina, yanatoa fursa kwa msikilizaji kueleza hisia na mtazamo wake juu ya masuala yanayoendelea kutokea iwe ni katika uga wa uchumi na siasa duniani kote.
 
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Fashion
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All the best of the Parisian catwalks and a look behind the scenes at the big names in Haute Couture. Every Friday at 10.20 am Paris time.
 
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en.rfi.fr
Daily
 
 
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The Sound Kitchen
Weekly
 
Music, interviews, quirky listener essays ... you never know what you'll be served up on the Sound Kitchen where Susan Owensby is cooking. And remember, you can find the Sound Kitchen on Facebook.
 
Changu Chako, Chako Changu ni makala inayozungumzia masuala ya historia, utamaduni, muziki na lugha ya Kifaransa Afrika Mashariki na Kati na duniani. Makala haya yatakuhabarisha pia kuhusu Jumuiya ya Kimataifa ya Watu Wanaotumia lugha ya Kifaransa kwenye Mawasiliano (L'OIF) na jinsi gani kujifunza na kuelewa lugha nyingine inaweza kuimarisha mahusiano kwenye sehemu zote za maisha ya binadamu.
 
Shiri ne na musamman, da kan tattaunawa da bangarori daban-daban na Al’umma da ke sauraren Shirye shiryen RFI Hausa daga kowane kusurwa na fadin duniya, kan muhimman batutuwa, da suka shafi siyasa Tattalin’ariziki, al’adu da dai sauransu…
 
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Lafiya Jari ce
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Shirin Lafiya yana tattaunawa da likitoci da mahukunta a game da kiyon lafiyar jama’a, Sanin sabbin magunguna da binciken kimiya ya samar. Ana gabatar da shirin a ranar Littinin da hantsi, tare da maimaici a ranar Talata da yamma.
 
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Cinefile
Monthly
 
A monthly cinema feature with a special French focus.
 
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Mjadala wa Wiki
Monthly
 
Huu ni wasaa wa kukutana na wageni mbalimbali watakaokuwa wakifika katika studio zetu na kuzungumza moja kwa moja yaani LIVE. Ni mjadala wa kila Jumatano asubuhi ambao utagusa masuala muhimu yanayoibuka ndani na nje ya Bara la Afrika katika nyanja tofaut itofauti. Mjadala wa wiki ni wasaa utakaokuzungusha dunia nzima kupitia mawimbi ya RFI Kiswahili.
 
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Nyumba ya Sanaa
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Nyumba ya Sanaa ni Makala ya Utamaduni ambayo inatoa fursa kwa wasanii na wadau wa sanaa kuwasilisha maoni yao kwa ajili ya maendeleo ya kweli ya Afrika na dunia kwa ujumla, tukiwa na lengo la kudumisha na kuendeleza tamaduni nzuri katika mwingiliano wa tamaduni uliopo, tukizingatia maisha ya kisasa na utandawazi kwa ujumla.
 
Wannan Shirin ya shafi Fadakar da al'umma game da ci gaban da aka samu a sha'anin Ilimi a fannoni daban-dabam a duniya, tare da nazari ga irin ci gaban da aka cim ma wajen binciken kimiya da fasaha da ke naman saukakawa Dan’adam wajen tafiyar da rayuwarsa a duniya. Shirin kuma zai yi kokarin jin irin bincike da masana ke yi domin inganta rayuwar Bil’adam. Shirin na zo maku ne, a duk ranar Talata a shirye-shiryenmu na safe.
 
Wayar da kan jama’a da ilmantar da su, game da sha’anin da ya shafi Noma da muhalli da canjin yanayi. Yin bayanai dangane da batun gurbacewar yanayi tare da dumamarsa (Yanayi).
 
A monthly programme on African authors, book publishing and news throughout the 55 countries on the continent, hosted by RFI's Laura Angela Bagnetto.
 
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Culture in France
Monthly
 
France is a hub of culture, and of all kinds of art. Whether in Paris or beyond, Culture in France, relays the latest performance events.
 
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Global Focus
Monthly
 
A weekly programme looking at issues challenging our assumptions and way of life across all the continents. This as the world is going through deep and rapid changes.
 
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Thirty years ago in Canada, a gunman walked into a university in Montreal, shooting fourteen women dead. It took decades for that massacre to be described as a femicide, a targeted attack on females. Sexism and violence against women are still very present in Canada today. Last year alone, one woman or girl was killed every two and a half days. ...…
 
Britons are preparing for their third election in four years, in an effort to break the Brexit impasse in parliament. While the pending exit from the EU has cast a shadow over the campaign trail, alarm bells are sounding about the state of the British economy. Business investment and GDP growth are slow, despite a robust labour market and healt ...…
 
Britons are preparing for their third election in four years, in an effort to break the Brexit impasse in parliament. While the pending exit from the EU has cast a shadow over the campaign trail, alarm bells are sounding about the state of the British economy. Business investment and GDP growth are slow, despite a robust labour market and healt ...…
 
As a nationwide transport strike makes it difficult for French people to get to work, one group of workers remain on the frontline: the "sapeurs-pompiers" or firefighting paramedics, who make up the backbone of the French capital's emergency services. The overstretched Paris brigade of 8,000 firefighters respond to half a million calls every ye ...…
 
As a nationwide transport strike makes it difficult for French people to get to work, one group of workers remain on the frontline: the "sapeurs-pompiers" or firefighting paramedics, who make up the backbone of the French capital's emergency services. The overstretched Paris brigade of 8,000 firefighters respond to half a million calls every ye ...…
 
She's one of the most respected scientists living and working in Africa today. Dr Tebello Nyokong has been awarded South Africa's highest honour, and has received accolades from the African Union and UNESCO for her research into photodynamic therapy and how it can be used to kill cancerous cells without harming any healthy ones. She spoke to us ...…
 
A rural county in eastern Kenya has become the home of the country’s first-ever silk industry, using a special species known as Eri Silkworms. Local farmers rear these silkworms and harvest silk cocoons in less than a month. They then sell the raw silk to a local social enterprise. Correspondent David John Bwakali visited them and filed this re ...…
 
Amid a nationwide strike over French pension reforms, we look at France's retirement system and how it compares with that of other European countries. We also find out more about the working conditions and retirement ages of French railway staff. Meanwhile, Huawei sues the United States government, and Japan unveils a new $120 billion (€108bn) ...…
 
Amid a nationwide strike over French pension reforms, we look at France's retirement system and how it compares with that of other European countries. We also find out more about the working conditions and retirement ages of French railway staff. Meanwhile, Huawei sues the United States government, and Japan unveils a new $120 billion (€108bn) ...…
 
Princess Anne, Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson, Justin Trudeau and others appear to have been laughing at Donald Trump's expense while at a reception at Buckingham Palace for the NATO summit – we take a look at this and other buzz during a fractious meeting of NATO leaders.By FRANCE 24
 
Princess Anne, Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson, Justin Trudeau and others appear to have been laughing at Donald Trump's expense while at a reception at Buckingham Palace for the NATO summit – we take a look at this and other buzz during a fractious meeting of NATO leaders.By James CREEDON
 
The after-hours office party is an integral part of South Korea’s business culture. Typically, a boss takes his staff out on the company credit card for dinner, drinks and then some karaoke. The outings are meant to build team spirit but, for many female employees, these late night sessions are something they dread.From Seoul, Jason Strother re ...…
 
In tonight's edition: UNICEF issues its largest ever emergency funding appeal. It says it needs $4.2 billion to help close to 60 million children across the globe, including several African nations. Also, the United States is moving toward a normalisation of diplomatic relations with Sudan. For the first time in 23 years, the US will have an am ...…
 
In tonight's edition: UNICEF issues its largest ever emergency funding appeal. It says it needs $4.2 billion to help close to 60 million children across the globe, including several African nations. Also, the United States is moving toward a normalisation of diplomatic relations with Sudan. For the first time in 23 years, the US will have an am ...…
 
Shirin Ebadi, the exiled Iranian lawyer and human rights activist who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003, speaks to FRANCE 24 about the deadly protests in Iran over the past two weeks. According to the NGO Amnesty International, at least 208 demonstrators have been killed in the crackdown, the highest death toll since the 1979 revolution.…
 
Shirin Ebadi, the exiled Iranian lawyer and human rights activist who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003, speaks to FRANCE 24 about the deadly protests in Iran over the past two weeks. According to the NGO Amnesty International, at least 208 demonstrators have been killed in the crackdown, the highest death toll since the 1979 revolution.…
 
While the president of the United States attends a summit that's got everyone pondering the future of the NATO alliance, back in Washington, the next phase of the impeachment inquiry has some wondering about the future of Western democracy.By FRANCE 24
 
While the president of the United States attends a summit that's got everyone pondering the future of the NATO alliance, back in Washington, the next phase of the impeachment inquiry has some wondering about the future of Western democracy.By François PICARD
 
Alcohol consumption is a problem in France, but the wine industry doesn't want people to know. We look at the paradox of having to address alcoholism in a country whose second biggest industry is wine and spirits. Also, a store in Strasbourg is trying to break gender stereotypes by offering gender-neutral toys and kids' clothes, not divided int ...…
 
Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s film news, including Noah Baumbach's "Marriage Story", which is being released on Netflix this week. Hailed as one of the best films of the year, it stars Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver. They also talk about Elia Suleiman's new film, "It Must Be Heaven", plus a new French fil ...…
 
Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s film news, including Noah Baumbach's "Marriage Story", which is being released on Netflix this week. Hailed as one of the best films of the year, it stars Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver. They also talk about Elia Suleiman's new film, "It Must Be Heaven", plus a new French fil ...…
 
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has riddled the region for decades. At the heart of that at times violent quagmire is a dispute over land between Israelis and Palestinians. One solution, which today seems like a distant dream, is the "two-state solution", in which both Israel and Palestine become independent states. One organisation is trying ...…
 
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has riddled the region for decades. At the heart of that at times violent quagmire is a dispute over land between Israelis and Palestinians. One solution, which today seems like a distant dream, is the "two-state solution", in which both Israel and Palestine become independent states. One organisation is trying ...…
 
Since the 2001 US-led intervention in Afghanistan that ousted the Taliban, a series of amnesty programmes have been created, allowing former Taliban and Islamic State group fighters to lay down their weapons in return for an official pardon. Our reporters Margaux Benn, Sonia Ghezali and Shahzaib Wahlah travelled to three Afghan provinces to exp ...…
 
The historical town of Hasankeyf in Turkey will be entirely submerged under water as the authorities start to demolish it to make way for a dam - submerging thousands of years of Roman, Hittite and Byzantine history. Meanwhile, protests in Lebanon have catapulted the country into economic crisis, making it difficult for citizens to take out or ...…
 
Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as CEO and president of Google's parent company Alphabet - we tell you more. Also, the US-China trade war could last through the 2020 US election, and Tesla's Elon Musk testifies in a defamation lawsuit against him.By FRANCE 24
 
In Gabon, the former chief of staff to President Ali Bongo and two ministers in the energy sector are arrested - we bring you the latest on a crackdown on corruption in the West African country. Also, as the latest UN climate conference kicks off, pressure is increasing on Nigeria to tackle the toxic process of gas flaring in its oil industry – ...…
 
Along the coast of West Africa, global demand for fish is endangering a long-established way of life. Many people in Senegal and Gambia depend on fish for both food and income. About a quarter of all the fish caught in the oceans don’t land directly on our plates.They’re churned into something called fishmeal.That fishmeal is mainly used to fee ...…
 
IN THE PAPERS - Wednesday, December 4: We look at reactions to US Democratic presidential hopeful Kamala Harris ending her campaign and the impact it will have on the diversity of candidates. Also, Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is under pressure to resign over his handling of the investigation into the murder of a high-profile journalist ...…
 
The NATO summit in London means a diplomatic high wire act for the British prime minister. Boris Johnson is said to be dodging Donald Trump, for fear his endorsement wouldn't go down well with voters ahead of next week's election. Plus, Hugh Grant is knocking on doors and joining the political campaign to stop Brexit.…
 
As alliance members sit down for an anniversary summit in London, tensions are out in the open over US demands that fellow members pay more, over Donald Trump's nod to Turkey to cross into Syria to take on Kurdish militias, and over the same Turks threatening to veto support for Russia-wary Baltic states and Poland if they do not back Recep Tay ...…
 
Elia Suleiman, a famed figure in Palestinian cinema, joins us in the studio as his new film "It Must Be Heaven" hits French cinemas and Paris's Cinémathèque hosts a retrospective of his work. He speaks to Eve Jackson about why Palestinian directors can be funny, how he thinks the press overanalyse his work and why he shows the world as if it we ...…
 
In the span of just six weeks, two beloved K-pop singers have ended their lives in South Korea. The suicides have sparked soul-searching in the country, where female stars are expected to adhere to puritanical expectations. Those who don't become victims of online attacks, which can take a mental toll. We take a closer look.…
 
In the span of just six weeks, two beloved K-pop singers have ended their lives in South Korea. The suicides have sparked soul-searching in the country, where female stars are expected to adhere to puritanical expectations. Those who don't become victims of online attacks, which can take a mental toll. We take a closer look.…
 
Residents in India's capital New Delhi have been struggling to breathe clean air for weeks due to pollution, in part coming from farm fires in neighbouring states. What can they do? They are using anti-pollution masks outside and air purifiers at home to ensure that they do not breathe toxic air.Some people are turning to a bar that is selling ...…
 
An unprecedented court case gets under way this Tuesday in the Italian capital Rome. Two Italian officers – one from the Italian navy and the other from the coastguard – are accused of manslaughter and of failure to assist persons in danger. On October 11, 2013, a boat carrying mostly Syrian asylum seekers sank in the Mediterranean. Among the 2 ...…
 
Evento organizado pela Fapesp (Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo) na França reuniu projetos franco-brasileiros em diferentes áreas. A Fapesp organiza com frequência eventos internacionais com o objetivo de desenvolver pesquisas conjuntas nas três principais universidades públicas do Estado: USP (Universidade de São Paulo), Un ...…
 
The UK General Election on December 12th has been branded the "Brexit election" by the media, but in Scotland, it’s a little bit more complicated. As the nation braces for one of the most important votes in decades, there are two elephants in the room north of the border: Brexit, and Scottish independence.In the second of two reports, Assa Sama ...…
 
The UK General Election on December 12th has been branded the "Brexit election" by the media, but in Scotland, it’s a little bit more complicated. As the nation braces for one of the most important votes in decades, there are two elephants in the room north of the border: Brexit, and Scottish independence.In the first of two parts on the subjec ...…
 
The US is preparing new tariffs on French goods in retaliation for France's new digital services tax, which Washington says unfairly targets American companies. We take a closer look. Meanwhile, Brazil and Argentina are also facing new US tariffs on their metal exports amid currency devaluations. And post-Thanksgiving sales rack up record numbers.…
 
In tonight's edition: Sudan's attorney general opens an investigation into the military coup that brought former dictator Omar al-Bashir to power in 1989. Also, as France pays tribute to its soldiers killed last week, Malians accuse their government of not showing the same level of gratitude toward their troops killed in the fight against terro ...…
 
Victims of terrorism and those who fell while fighting against it have been remembered in the UK and France. Thirteen French soldiers died in Mali during an operation targeting jihadists. Emmanuel Macron said their sacrifice was "for the freedom of the world". It comes as vigils have been held in the UK for the two people killed in Friday's Lon ...…
 
Two tributes, one in Paris and the other in London. The one in the French capital was for the 13 soldiers killed on patrol in Mali when their helicopters collided. A reminder that counter-terror and preventing jihadists from preying on weak states is part of an asymmetrical battle that crosses continents. Depending on your vantage point, it can ...…
 
Franco-American jazz pianist Franck Amsallem is back with a tenth album called "Gotham Goodbye". It features nine original compositions and pays tribute to New York City and the years he spent in America. He tells FRANCE 24’s Florence Villeminot what it feels like to have his compositions in the bible of score music for jazz musicians. Also, Fr ...…
 
Last weekend in Hong Kong, voters headed to the ballot box for the first time since mass protests erupted in June. The district council poll was seen as a proxy referendum on the entire protest movement and its calls for greater democratic rights. Amid record turnout, the vote delivered a landslide victory to the pro-democracy camp. So where do ...…
 
As the UN COP25 climate change conference opens in Madrid, we focus on the issue of deforestation. The Amazon rainforest - a major climate regulator - is under immense strain from logging, mining and farming activities. We take you to France's part of the Amazon, in French Guiana. Gold mining - by big companies and small extractors but also tho ...…
 
Traditional retailers are latching onto "Cyber Monday" discounts to boost their pre-holiday sales - we take a closer look. Also, China's November factory output surprises investors, French construction workers block fuel depots in Brittany, and the UN has a new climate finance envoy.By FRANCE 24
 
Mara kadhaa katika mataifa ya Afrika kumeripotiwa matukio ya kuvunjika kwa uchumba baina ya mwanaume na mwanamke waliokuwa na matarajio ya kufunga ndoa. Je utaratibu wa kisheria ukoje? Ungana na Fredrick Nwaka katika makala ya Jua Haki ZakoBy RFI
 
Once upon a time, four British rock stars of the book world - Ken Follett, Lee Child, Jojo Moyes and Kate Mosse - decided to go on an anti-Brexit European crusade to keep hold of their links with their European readers. Along the way they stopped off at FRANCE 24's studios in Paris to talk to culture editor Eve Jackson and Europe editor Catheri ...…
 
Once upon a time, four British rock stars of the book world - Ken Follett, Lee Child, Jojo Moyes and Kate Mosse - decided to go on an anti-Brexit European crusade to keep hold of their links with their European readers. Along the way they stopped off at FRANCE 24's studios in Paris to talk to culture editor Eve Jackson and Europe editor Catheri ...…
 
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