After a fruitless 10-hour search in stomach-churning waves, the Senegalese navy patrol boat, Walo, had started its long journey back to port on Thursday evening when its radar picked up a neon blip - another vessel was moving fast through the dark seas.
Announced on national television, the military reshuffle in DR Congo sees the return of a former top aide, who was convicted of involvement in the 2001 assassination of then-president Laurent-Désiré Kabila. Eddy Kapend has always denied involvement in the murder plot. Also in this edition: the Also Known As Africa contemporary art fair event is currently underway in Paris. Finally, we look at what Saturday's rugby match against England could have in store for South Africa.
Former Congolese aide, once condemned to death, now a high-ranking official after military reshuffle
Announced on national television, the reshuffle sees the return of a former top military aide, who was convicted of involvement in the 2001 assassination of president Laurent-Désiré Kabila. Eddy Kapend has always denied involvement in the murder plot. Also in this edition: the Also Known As Africa contemporary art fair event is currently underway in Paris. And finally: what Saturday's rugby match could have in store for South Africa.
It is one of the biggest nightmares for any woman to look into the mirror and realize you've lost your breast to cancer. Breast cancer occurs when the cells in the breast grow out of control. Survivors share experience with GuardianTV.
On In The Press for Tuesday, October 10, we bring you reactions from the Israeli and Arab-language dailies and beyond after the Hamas attack on Israel and the subsequent Israeli siege of Gaza. Also, we look at how Russia could benefit from the crisis. Plus, we explore the backlash after 30 Harvard student groups penned a letter solely blaming Israel for the unrest.
The public began to demand answers as to why Sammy Larry has been bullying Mohbad. According to the artist's close friends, it was not the first time. It was reported that Naira Marley, Zinolesky and Sam Larry moved out of the country immediately after Mohbad's death, drawing suspicion of foul play on his death.
The death of a young Kurdish-Iranian woman last year in police custody sparked nationwide protests against Iran's ruling regime, followed by an ongoing deadly crackdown. A year later, Iranian women remain defiant.
A major exhibition at the Festival of Photojournalism, the Visa pour L’Image, in Perpignan in southwest France is currently showcasing the power of women as Iran continues to clamp down on women's rights. A year ago, Iranian woman Mahsa Amini was arrested by the religious morality police for not wearing a hijab. Amini was beaten and later died as a result of police brutality, sparking widespread women-led protests in Iran. Journalist Ghazal Golshiri, who coproduced the exhibition, speaks to FRANCE 24.
21 Aug 2023
Spain captain and World Cup final hero Olga Carmona found out after the match that her father had died, the Spanish FA (RFEF) said on Sunday.
13 Aug 2023
Maui's iconic Lahaina town, once the capital of the Hawaiian Kingdom, is now reduced to ashes by raging fires. As the death toll rises, the island mourns the loss of its heritage and its residents.
31 Jul 2023
No group has claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing that targeted a political rally. The EU condemned the attack as "an attempt to weaken democracy."
5 Jul 2023
A violent summer storm swept across the Netherlands, severely affecting air and train traffic. At least one person died in the town of Haarlem.