6 Sep 2017
We take a look at the reaction to the decision by Azerbaijan to sue two French journalists working for the France 2 network for a report two years ago that referred to the Central Asian country as a "dictatorship".
The dangerous world of smuggling in Tunisia, and how the deaf community is raising awareness on TikTok
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A weekly news show produced with photos, videos and personal accounts from The FRANCE 24 Observers around the world - all checked by our staff here in Paris.
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Strong earthquakes struck Turkey and Syria on Monday. The region is frequently hit by tremors. Here's why.
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Kennedy Odede dreamed of providing his neighborhood with safe, affordable water. But first he had to negotiate with the gangs monopolizing Kibera's water supply.
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Facebook has been under scrutiny before, for failing to curb hate speech on its platform in Ethiopia. The son of a man killed after calls for his murder appeared on the platform argues that Facebook treats Africa differently to Europe and the US.
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At least 284 people were killed and 2,323 others injured in 10 provinces after a strong earthquake jolted southern Türkiye on Monday morning, Vice President Fuat Oktay said.
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When his dog was born three decades ago in a tiny village in central Portugal, Leonel Costa was only eight years old. Little did he know that his beloved Bobi would one day be recorded as the world's oldest dog.