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Exclusive: Mali’s president acknowledges dialogue with jihadist leadersIn an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24 and Radio France Internationale (RFI) Monday, Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita acknowledged, for the first time, that his government had opened up a..
Iraqi Kurdistan PM Barzani warns of 'great possibility' of IS group returningIn an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24, Masrour Barzani, Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, warned "there is a great possibility for ISIS (the IS group) to come back" and urged the..
Au revoir, Europe: Britain heads into uncharted waters as it leaves the EUAs Britain starts its life outside of the European Union, FRANCE 24's Talking Europe presents a special Brexit edition live from London.
Brexit: FRANCE 24 's live coverage as Britain begins a new eraGreat Britain became the first country to leave the European Union at midnight Brussels time on Friday. Watch FRANCE 24's special coverage for reactions and analysis in the aftermath of this historic..
India: Eleven years after Mumbai attacks, scars still visibleMore than a decade after ten terrorists from Pakistan brought India’s financial capital Mumbai to a halt for nearly sixty hours, our team revisited the metropolis. They found that the scars of those..
Lebanese central bank governor discusses country's financial crisisWith Lebanon bogged down in a serious economic crisis, Lebanon's Central Bank Governor Riad Salamé granted an exclusive interview to FRANCE 24 in Beirut. He discussed the financial situation of the..
'We're not turning our back on Europe,' UK ambassador to France tells FRANCE 24The British ambassador to France, Edward Llewellyn, spoke to FRANCE 24 at the embassy in Paris ahead of Brexit Day. He insisted that even if the UK is leaving the EU, it would remain "a member of..
VIDEO: A chilling tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration campMore than 1.1 million men women and children – most of them Jews – perished at Auschwitz-Birkenau. It was the largest of the thousands of concentration camps dotting Nazi-occupied Europe during..
Live: Macron inaugurates wall of names at Paris Holocaust memorialAs the world marks 75 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, where more than a million people perished during the Holocaust, join FRANCE 24 for live coverage of the solemn..
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Week in Review: Auschwitz remembered, hacktivism and Jean-Paul Gaultier takes a final bowFRANCE 24 commemorates the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, takes a look at the demise of hacktivism and pays tribute to French fashion icon Jean-Paul Gaultier, who this week bid adieu..
Davos Debate: Tackling the digital tax dilemmaAs the United States and France agree to a truce in their dispute over the French tax on big digital companies, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire joins a special FRANCE 24 debate from the World..
Holocaust survivor Dita Kraus: 'For children, Auschwitz was less horrible than for adults'As the world marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, FRANCE 24's Jerusalem correspondent sat down with Dita Kraus, a survivor of the Nazi concentration camp in Poland.
LIVE: Commemoration of the 75th anniversary of Auschwitz's liberation as world leaders visit JerusalemFollow FRANCE 24’s special coverage as world leaders and Holocaust survivors were set Thursday to mark 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, the World War II death camp where the Nazis killed..
'The Last Ones' : Listening to survivors of the concentration campFRANCE 24 commemorates the 75th anniversary of the camp's liberation with "The Last Ones", a series of portraits of the camp's last survivors by documentary film-maker Sophie Nahum.
Top US cybersecurity official warns of threat posed by China's HuaweiRobert Strayer, the US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Cyber and International Communications and Information Policy, granted an interview to FRANCE 24 in which he discussed the threat posed..
Thousands of asylum seekers waiting in streets, makeshift camps around ParisAfter an asylum seekers’ camp in northern Paris was cleared last November, France plans to continue to break up others across the country. Although the number of places in shelters has doubled, with..
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Ghett'Up: Bringing the US to the French suburbs of Seine-Saint-DenisFRANCE 24's new show Banlieue Project is a platform for residents of France’s disadvantaged suburbs to tell their own stories. We provide the camera and they film their experiences to break down..
Exclusive: ‘We cannot afford instability in our part of the world’, King Abdullah II of Jordan tells FRANCE 24King Abdullah II of Jordan sat down for an exclusive interview Sunday with FRANCE 24's Marc Perelman to discuss a number of issues including the escalating tensions between Iran and the US, the..
Live: Carlos Ghosn speaks to FRANCE 24 in BeirutFormer Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn shocked the world when he escaped from Japan, where he was awaiting trial on financial misconduct charges, to Lebanon just before the New Year. Speaking publicly for the..
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France 24’s Spanish language channel doubles its airtimeFRANCE 24 is doubling its daily broadcast on its Spanish language channel. It launched this new extended schedule at 6pm Bogota time (12pm Paris time) on Friday, December 20.
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New Delhi students rally against ‘highly discriminative’ citizenship lawFRANCE 24 reports from a New Delhi protest against India’s controversial citizenship law, which has sparked mass demonstrations nationwide.
Exclusive: ICC chief prosecutor sends warning to Libyan strongman HaftarIn an exclusive, wide-ranging interview with FRANCE 24, the International Criminal Court's Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda discussed the ICC's ongoing cases regarding Libya, Ivory Coast, the..
UK voters head to polls for 'Brexit general election'British voters are casting ballots in what is widely known as the Brexit general election. Conservative leader Boris Johnson needs a majority of seats in the House of Commons to be able to implement..
'Russia is a strategic adversary,' says former NATO chief RasmussenIn an interview with FRANCE 24, former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen discussed the recent NATO summit in London. He reacted to French President Emmanuel Macron's comments about the..
Hip-hop star Akon: 'I’ve always wanted to put out multiple albums at the same time'He's one of the world's hip-hop superstars. Akon sat down with FRANCE 24's Amobé Mévégué to talk about the release of not one, not two, but three new albums. The author of the 2005 hit single..
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Inside Chile's unprecedented protest movementFor the past month, Chile has witnessed unprecedented mass protests. Demonstrators are angry at the ultra free-market model established during the Pinochet dictatorship, which remains in force today..
HK protesters have 'the university to themselves', says France 24's Oliver Farry from barricaded campusAs anti-government protests continue in Hong Kong, students and other demonstrators took over major school campuses his week, building barricades on at least five campuses and stockpiling petrol bombs..
Exclusive: The role of art in the reconstruction of war-torn LibyaIn the fifth of FRANCE 24’s special reports from Libya, Eric de Laverne and Wissam Charaf explore the cultural reconstruction in the eastern city of Benghazi and ask if art can help to restore unity..