An armed group has killed 26 people in northwest Burundi, the security minister said Saturday, days ahead of a constitutional referendum that could see President Pierre Nkurunziza rule until 2034.
The mood in Cannes turns bittersweet with tales of lovers who can live neither apart nor together in Pawel Pawlikowski’s “Cold War” and Christophe Honoré’s “Sorry Angel”.
As Iraq goes to the polls on Saturday, there are a record number of female candidates, with women making up over a third of those in the running. FRANCE 24 looks at one woman who is determined to overcome the obstacles to gain a seat.
Omar Shakir, director for Human Rights Watch for Israel and Palestine, has been ordered to leave Israel after being accused by the government of supporting boycotts against the country. He explains his situation to FRANCE 24.
Iran's foreign minister is embarking on a diplomatic tour to try to salvage the nuclear deal amid high tensions following the US withdrawal and global fears over reports of unprecedented clashes with Israel in Syria.
What does life in the West Bank look like under Israeli occupation? Our reporters travelled to Area C, to meet the women and men who live on lands coveted by Israeli settlers. The message of politicians and intellectuals on both sides has been honed over 70 years of conflict. This documentary, without voiceover commentary, plunges the viewer into the lives of those who face daily restrictions imposed by the occupation.
Unprecedented clashes between Israel and Iran over Syria have sparked calls for restraint from world leaders worried about the risk of all-out war, even as both sides say they want to avoid a regional conflict.
France's Emmanuel Macron pressed German Chancellor Angela Merkel Thursday to move decisively and quickly on reforming the European Union, warning that the bloc stands at a critical juncture as a United States led by Donald Trump turns inward.
Ousted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont on Wednesday rejected being re-appointed as leader of the region, following pressure from Spain's government.
Three men armed with guns and knives slit the throats of three worshippers at a mosque near Durban in South Africa and a person was killed, an emergency service official said on Thursday.