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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.
 
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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On February 11, 2011, after almost three decades in power, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned following 18 days of mass protests. But 10 years later, the ideals of the revolution have given way to another authoritarian military regime. On the emblematic Tahrir Square, where thousands of protesters once gathered, even taking out a camera is n…
 
A top US Senate official has ruled that a proposed minimum wage hike must be dropped from the American Rescue Plan. Democrats are trying to speed the $1.9 trillion relief bill through Congress. Meanwhile in Australia, Facebook has ended a week-long media blackout and has tentatively signed deals with three news publishers. This comes after the Aust…
 
France's particular brand of secularism, known as "laïcité", is considered a backbone of the French Republic. And yet this separation of church and state is a touchy subject and often misunderstood. Its backers say it's the glue that lets the French live together in harmony despite their differences, but critics say it's anti-religious and increasi…
 
IN THE PRESS – Friday, February 26, 2021: We start in the United States, where debate over a federal minimum wage hike to $15 an hour rages on in the press. We also look at how a carbonara recipe published by the New York Times has sparked outrage and dismay in Italy. We then turn to India, where authorities recently published a road safety ad... w…
 
In tonight's edition: Two people in Niger have died in post-election violence and hundreds have been arrested, according to the government accusing a prominent opposition figure of stoking the unrest. In Central African Republic government forces continue to advance against the forces of a rebel coalition. They've retaken the town of Bozoum. The hu…
 
In tonight's edition: Two people in Niger have died in post-election violence and hundreds have been arrested, according to the government accusing a prominent opposition figure of stoking the unrest. In Central African Republic government forces continue to advance against the forces of a rebel coalition. They've retaken the town of Bozoum. The hu…
 
A French appeals court has ordered insurance giant Axa to pay a restaurant's losses during the pandemic. It's the first such ruling at the appeals level and one that could set the stage for thousands more payouts. Also in the show: the UK sees a boom in holiday bookings as the country prepares to allow international travel in May.…
 
A French appeals court has ordered insurance giant Axa to pay a restaurant's losses during the pandemic. It's the first such ruling at the appeals level, and one that could set the stage for thousands more payouts. Also in the show: the UK sees a boom in holiday bookings as the country prepares to allow international travel in May.…
 
The number of homes sold in France last year fell by 5 percent, but property consultant Adrian Leeds has seen soaring demand from buyers in the United States. Despite the travel restrictions in place because of Covid-19, "they are very intent on finding homes in France", she told FRANCE 24. "What's happening is that literally our clients are buying…
 
The number of homes sold in France last year fell by 5 percent, but property consultant Adrian Leeds has seen soaring demand from buyers in the United States. Despite the travel restrictions in place because of Covid-19, "they are very intent on finding homes in France", she told FRANCE 24. "What's happening is that literally our clients are buying…
 
At only 20 years old, London-based singer-songwriter and poet Arlo Parks has just released one of 2021's most anticipated albums, "Collapsed in Sunbeams". A record full of soothing vocals, warm guitar chords and neo-soul, it tackles sensitive topics like mental health and love. She counts among her fans former US first lady Michelle Obama and she i…
 
At only 20 years old, London-based singer-songwriter and poet Arlo Parks has just released one of 2021's most anticipated albums, "Collapsed in Sunbeams". A record full of soothing vocals, warm guitar chords and neo-soul, it tackles sensitive topics like mental health and love. She counts among her fans former US first lady Michelle Obama and she i…
 
Ten years ago, the winds of change swept across several Arab nations, from Tunisia to Yemen via Egypt. The desire for political change was also expressed through art and music, which became vehicles for political ideas and the hopes and dreams of millions. Anmar Hijazi and Wassim Cornet look back at some of the highlights from the arts and culture …
 
Ten years ago, the winds of change swept across several Arab nations, from Tunisia to Yemen via Egypt. The desire for political change was also expressed through art and music, which became vehicles for political ideas and the hopes and dreams of millions. Anmar Hijazi and Wassim Cornet look back at some of the highlights from the arts and culture …
 
Muhammed Muheisen is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer who says he's determined to be more than just a messenger. Over the past two decades he's taken photographs of refugees and internally displaced people across the world, documenting their despair, their struggles and their hope. He's also the founder and chairman of the Everyday Refugees Fo…
 
IN THE PRESS - February 25, 2021: We start by looking at a growing backlash after India renamed the country's biggest cricket stadium after Prime Minister Narendra Modi. We then look at the Philippines, where the government's "nurses for vaccine" plan is being slammed by the press. Finally, we turn to Texas, where some internet users are pushing a …
 
IN THE PRESS - February 25, 2021: We start by looking at a growing backlash after India renamed the country's biggest cricket stadium after Prime Minister Narendra Modi. We then look at the Philippines, where the government's "nurses for vaccine" plan is being slammed by the press. Finally, we turn to Texas, where some internet users are pushing a …
 
Lawmakers in Virginia have voted to abolish the death penalty. The move marks the end of a long history of capital punishment in the state. Virginia currently has the highest number of executions in the United States. We take a closer look with FRANCE 24's Valérie Dekimpe.By FRANCE 24 English
 
Shares in the video game retailer GameStop more than doubled on Wall Street on Wednesday, in a return of the trading frenzy that gripped the company last month. People posting on the Reddit "Wall Street Bets" online forum celebrated the stock price rising to over $90, after seeing it collapse from levels close to $350 in recent weeks. Also, the Aus…
 
Ghana becomes the first country to receive Covid-19 stocks as part of the World Health Organization's Covax scheme. It aims at levelling the playing fields between countries as poorer nations trail behind others in sourcing jabs. Also, Italy seeks a UN probe into the killing of its envoy to DR Congo this week. Congolese authorities say they're prep…
 
US President Joe Biden is to order a review of strategic supply chains in the pharmaceutical and electronics industries. He wants to identify areas in which the US is too dependent on other countries – a problem exposed by the Covid-19 pandemic. Also in the show: Facebook announces it will match Google's $1 billion budget for news content and Frenc…
 
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