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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.
 
Shirin yakan duba yadda kasuwanci da tattalin arizikin kasashen duniya ke ciki. Kana yakan ji sabbin dubaru da hanyoyin ci gaban tattalin arzikin na kasashen duniya. Tare da jin ta bakin 'Yan kasuwa da Masana’antu dangane da halin da suke ciki.
 
Interested in France? Let us be your ears and eyes on the ground. Hosts Sarah Elzas and Alison Hird introduce you to 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 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 ya Wimbi la Siasa inakupa fursa ya kufahamu masuala ya kisiasa yanayoendelea ndani na nje ya Bara la Afrika. Kwenye Makala haya utapata habari ambazo zinakugusa moja kwa moja wewe msikilizaji. Kila wakati usikose kusikiliza Makala ya Wimbi la Siasa
 
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.
 
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In tonight's edition: The fallout from Monday's coup in Sudan continues. Three prominent pro-democracy figures were detained overnight, this as civil disobedience gathers pace. Meanwhile, French President Macron holds a ceremony at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris to mark the handing over of 26 artefacts to Benin. And in Ivory Coast, African artists…
 
In tonight's edition: The fallout from Monday's coup in Sudan continues. Three prominent pro-democracy figures were detained overnight, this as civil disobedience gathers pace. Our reporter met with defiant protesters in Khartoum. Meanwhile, French President Emmanuel Macron presides over a ceremony at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris to mark the han…
 
We take a trip to Ennui-sur-Blasé for the American director's latest star-studded adventure, as film critic Ben Croll tells us why "The French Dispatch" is the most Wes Anderson of Wes Anderson films. With an ensemble cast including Léa Seydoux, Timothée Chalamet, Tilda Swinton and Bill Murray, we discuss how the in-jokes and publishing references …
 
We take a trip to Ennui-sur-Blasé for the American director's latest star-studded adventure, as film critic Ben Croll tells us why "The French Dispatch" is the most Wes Anderson of Wes Anderson films. With an ensemble cast including Léa Seydoux, Timothée Chalamet, Tilda Swinton and Bill Murray, we discuss how the in-jokes and publishing references …
 
After taking power in August, the Taliban now need to put in place a functioning state in Afghanistan. Official declarations and policies are scarce for now, but no doubt the most tangible sign of the Taliban takeover are the security patrols of thousands of former fighters who have poured into the capital. They're now police officers who are enfor…
 
FRANCE 24 spoke to Jerry Tardieu, national coordinator of Haiti's "En Avant" (Forwards) political movement and a former opposition MP. Haiti is still reeling from the July assassination of the president, as well as recent kidnappings of missionaries and a deadly earthquake. Tardieu told us that the widespread chaos in the country can be explained b…
 
FRANCE 24 spoke to Jerry Tardieu, national coordinator of Haiti's "En Avant" (Forwards) political movement and a former opposition MP. Haiti is still reeling from the July assassination of the president, as well as recent kidnappings of missionaries and a deadly earthquake. Tardieu told us that the widespread chaos in the country can be explained b…
 
The COP26 summit gets underway this Sunday in Glasgow, Scotland. Ahead of the event, the world's top oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, has launched a Middle East Green Initiative. It's aimed at funding projects to reduce regional carbon emissions. Currently, the Middle East is warming at twice the global average. Scientists say that if nothing changes, t…
 
The COP26 summit gets underway this Sunday in Glasgow, Scotland. Ahead of the event, the world's top oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, has launched a Middle East Green Initiative. It's aimed at funding projects to reduce regional carbon emissions. Currently, the Middle East is warming at twice the global average. Scientists say that if nothing changes, t…
 
Turkey fears another exodus of Syrian refugees as Damascus, backed by Russia, is ramping up attacks against Idlib, the last Syrian rebel enclave. A Turkish military force stands in the way of Syrian troops that are poised to seize Idlib, a move Ankara fears could result in millions of refugees fleeing to Turkey. Russian-backed Syrian regime forces …
 
Through a series of compelling characters, our guest's book vividly evokes the teeming, sweltering city of Bangkok and captures the lush history of Thailand. Pitchaya Sudbanthad, author of "Bangkok Wakes to Rain", joined us on Perspective to discuss his vision for the book, how it sounds the alarm over climate change and what that could mean for Ba…
 
Benefitting from soaring demand for online ads, Google's parent company Alphabet reported nearly $19 billion in profits between July and September, up 68 percent from the same period last year. Microsoft's earnings also beat expectations, while French consumers are gearing up for some price hikes at the bakery.…
 
Benefitting from soaring demand for online ads, Google's parent company Alphabet reported nearly $19 billion in profits between July and September, up 68 percent from the same period last year. Microsoft's earnings also beat expectations, while French consumers are gearing up for some price hikes at the bakery.…
 
A live broadcast video from Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been removed from Facebook, YouTube and Instagram. In the video, the president falsely stated that UK citizens are developing AIDS after receiving two Covid-19 vaccine doses. After the video was posted, fact-checking and governmental entities scrambled to clarify that there is no ev…
 
Facebook began this week by announcing more than $9 billion in quarterly profits, an increase of about 17 percent. The social media giant also announced that it now has close to three billion users. But all is not well on the Facebook front as Mark Zuckerberg's platform has been facing a deluge of scathing reports.…
 
Statues, thrones, and ceremonial hatchets are among the 26 artefacts on display at the Quai Branly museum in Paris. The week-long exhibition offers visitors the chance to see the treasures looted from the Kingdom of Dahomey before they return to Benin after 130 years in France. We learn more about the political pressure and cultural policies that b…
 
Lazarus Chakwera, the president of Malawi, who is also currently chair of the Southern African Development Community, gave an interview to FRANCE 24 from Dubai. He hailed Malawi and Zambia as "examples of what democracy is about". Chakwera insisted that overall, "democracy is getting consolidated" on the continent, in spite of "erratic events", ref…
 
Despite grappling with the fallout over leaked documents, Facebook reported $9 billion in profits from July to September, a solid increase compared to the same period last year. Also, carmaker Tesla joins the small club of companies valued at over $1 trillion, and workers at a New York City warehouse aim to become the first group of Amazon employee…
 
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