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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.
 
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.
 
Makala ambayo inakupa nafasi ya kujua masuala mbalimbali ya Muziki na Burudani. Ndani ya makala haya utapata taarifa za wanamuziki, historia zao na bila kusahau mahojiano na wanamuziki mbalimbali. Hii ni fursa ya pekee kwa wasikilizaji kujiliwaza baada ya kazi za juma zima kupitia burudani ya muziki. Makala ya muziki ijumaa pia itakuwezesha kufahamu wasanii kutoka sehemu mbalimbali duniani na kujua wanafanya nini.
 
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.
 
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In tonight's edition: South Africa has still not managed to kick off a vaccination campaign even as there are concerns that the official death rate from the pandemic may be vastly underestimated. And in DR Congo's the parliament votes out the Prime minister in a motion of no confidence. The move is a victory for president Felix Tshisekedi as he tri…
 
In tonight's edition: South Africa has still not managed to kick off a vaccination campaign even as there are concerns that the official death rate from the pandemic may be vastly underestimated. And in DR Congo's the parliament votes out the Prime minister in a motion of no confidence. The move is a victory for president Felix Tshisekedi as he tri…
 
Aviation safety regulators in the European Union and United Kingdom have given the green light for Boeing's modified 737 Max plane to return to service. But families of those killed in two deadly crashes involving the model are angry about what they describe as a 'premature' decision. Also in the show - French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire blasts…
 
This week, Banlieue Project heads to the Paris suburb of Evry, where the Parc aux Lièvres housing project is set to be demolished. Using decades worth of archives plus virtual reality, a multi-generational coalition of its inhabitants pay tribute to the neighbourhood. Our team went to meet them.By Ségolène MALTERRE
 
The race for the Covid vaccine has entered the next phase. And things appear to be getting political. There are several vaccines in circulation right now, but only two cleared for use in the EU. And there is now a shortage of vaccines across the bloc and high level anger. So the three way row is on between the UK, the EU and Astra Zeneca, the suppl…
 
The race for the Covid vaccine has entered the next phase. And things appear to be getting political. There are several vaccines in circulation right now, but only two cleared for use in the EU. And there is now a shortage of vaccines across the bloc and high level anger. So the three way row is on between the UK, the EU and Astra Zeneca, the suppl…
 
Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's movie news, including Armando Iannucci's adaptation of Charles Dickens's "The Personal History of David Copperfield" for the silver screen, starring Dev Patel. It was intended for movie theatres but starts streaming in France this week on Amazon Prime. We also give our top French fil…
 
Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's movie news, including Armando Iannucci's adaptation of Charles Dickens's "The Personal History of David Copperfield" for the silver screen, starring Dev Patel. It was intended for movie theatres but starts streaming in France this week on Amazon Prime. We also give our top French fil…
 
Thousands of people have been forced from their homes in the Central African Republic due to rebel forces taking over towns. The United Nations refugee agency says that at least 60,000 people have already fled to neighbouring countries, with some 5,000 of them crossing over to Cameroon. Army forces there are now patrolling the lengthy border in a b…
 
Thousands of people have been forced from their homes in the Central African Republic due to rebel forces taking over towns. The United Nations refugee agency says that at least 60,000 people have already fled to neighbouring countries, with some 5,000 of them crossing over to Cameroon. Army forces there are now patrolling the lengthy border in a b…
 
The global health crisis has triggered a major shift away from restaurant dining, leaving many in the culinary sector out of work. But one chef, Joudie Kalla, has pressed on and transformed her career into something entirely new. The author of "Palestine on a Plate" and "Baladi" joins us from London to talk about cooking as therapy.…
 
The global health crisis has triggered a major shift away from restaurant dining, leaving many in the culinary sector out of work. But one chef, Joudie Kalla, has pressed on and transformed her career into something entirely new. The author of "Palestine on a Plate" and "Baladi" joins us from London to talk about cooking as therapy.…
 
IN THE PRESS – Wednesday, January 27, 2021: The UK's papers mark a grim milestone after it becomes the first nation in Europe to lose more than 100,000 people to Covid-19. In India, papers are divided over farmers' disruption of Republic Day celebrations. The Hindustan Times says protesters have discredited their movement, but the Deccan Chronicle …
 
IN THE PRESS – Wednesday, January 27, 2021: The UK's papers mark a grim milestone after it becomes the first nation in Europe to lose more than 100,000 people to Covid-19. In India, papers are divided over farmers' disruption of Republic Day celebrations. The Hindustan Times says protesters have discredited their movement, but the Deccan Chronicle …
 
January 27 sees Yemen mark the 10th anniversary of an uprising that called for change; for an end to inequality, poverty and corruption. But today, up to 16 million people in Yemen are on the brink of famine. The economy is destroyed, as are schools and hospitals across the country. Jon Cunliffe, the Regional Operations Director for the Middle East…
 
Amid an uptick in rebel violence in the Central African Republic, FRANCE 24 takes you to the border with neighbouring Cameroon, where thousands of people are fleeing the insecurity. Also, with the majority of Covid-19 vaccine doses going to the wealthiest counties, South Africa is urging them not to hoard shots. We examine how "vaccine nationalism"…
 
The International Monetary Fund has lifted its forecast for economic expansion in 2021, as it banks on the Covid-19 vaccine to bring back growth. Petya Koeva Brooks, Deputy Director of the IMF's Strategy, Policy and Review Department, tells us why the economic recovery will remain unequal. Also in the show: the EU urges the Biden administration to …
 
The Covid-19 pandemic equals hard times for students. We discuss the impact of lockdown measures on their education and health. There has been a large demonstration in Paris this Tuesday, with students calling for access to their campuses and a more normal type of educational experience. Many have been kept away from lectures since March. We examin…
 
IN THE PRESS – Tuesday, January 26, 2021: Papers in the Netherlands condemn a third night of riots over the country's Covid-19 restrictions. For NRC Handelsblad, the rioters are "indefensible" but the government also deserves blame for failing to communicate the urgency of the health crisis. We also look at growing calls to change the date of "Aust…
 
Students have been particularly hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic and those here in France are no exception. Starved of social contact and with no in-person lessons for months, many are feeling isolated and frustrated. The crisis has also affected them financially and some are struggling to make ends meet. FRANCE 24's Noémie Roche and Julien Chehid…
 
Working under the slogan "With a women's pen in the pursuit of truth," JinNews is a groundbreaking women's news agency in Turkey. But Jin's future is increasingly in doubt, the agency becoming a target in the government's "war on terror". "JinNews is pursuing journalism wherever women are," explains Gulsen Kocuk, Jin's Turkish news editor, "In ever…
 
The actress Priyanka Chopra-Jonas has been telling FRANCE 24 that she wants to be at the helm of telling South Asian stories in Hollywood. The Indian superstar is in the new Netflix movie "The White Tiger". Based on the Booker Prize-winning novel of the same name, it's a dark and comedic take on India's class divide and one man's fight to break out…
 
Some 300 companies have signed a pledge to help hundreds of thousands of maritime workers stranded aboard freight ships around the world because of Covid-19 restrictions. The crisis has prevented crew changes on many vessels and the companies are calling on governments to recognise maritime personnel as key workers, following a UN resolution passed…
 
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