Saturday, 2nd March 2024
To guardian.ng
Search

French farmers

3 days ago
Hundreds of tractors blocking highways into France's capital Paris. Prime minister Gabriel Attal has already announced several measures in parliament to placate the farmers, but they are not convinced.
1 Feb
French farmers are blockading key motorways around Paris for a second consecutive day this Tuesday. They are determined to show that they can hold out for several days if new measures due to be announced by the French government continue to disappoint.
23 Jan
We take a look at the growing momentum behind protests by French farmers and how the far right is hoping to seize upon their anger.
2 Jul 2023
Agriculture in France is not immune to the digital revolution. More and more farmers are using IT tools to carry out their administrative and technical tasks. But some go much further: from fully robotic milking of cows, to connected cameras, to data gathering and even a digital fruit and vegetable market. FRANCE 24 went to meet some of these farmers for whom technology represents the future of their livelihood.

Latest

1 hour ago
Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Saturday.
1 day ago
Election will see candidates compete for a seat in the 290-member parliament. New members of Iran's Assembly of Experts will also be elected.
1 day ago
The US, Japan and South Korea have concluded their trilateral summit at Camp David with a security pact and a pledge to step up economic cooperation. The meeting took place against the backdrop of North Korea's missile program and China's maritime claims in the South China Sea.
1 day ago
The cruise industry is expected to garner over $30 billion in revenue this year, making it the fastest-growing tourism sector. Around 36 million passengers are expected to take a cruise holiday in 2024.
1 day ago
Violinist Alena Baeva is Russian, Luxembourgish Polish and Ukrainian. With her Ukrainian husband, the pianist Vadym Kholodenko, she has just released a new album entitled "Fantasy", which revisits dream-tinted music by Franz Schubert, Igor Stravinsky, Robert Schumann and Olivier Messiaen.
1 day ago
There’s no good way to sugarcoat setbacks. On the second anniversary of Vladimir Putin’s full-scale invasion, Ukraine conceded that its summer counter-offensive had stalled and that in pulling back from Avdiivka, its forces were both outmanned and outgunned.