Our reporter Constantin Simon managed to secretly enter Myanmar, where he filmed the fighting between the rebels and the ruling junta. He also followed a rebel commander. FRANCE 24 brings you his exclusive 25-minute report.
Tragedy struck in the heart of Oworoshoki as a devastating fire tore through people's homes, leaving families homeless and their belongings reduced to harsh. GuardianTV spoke with victims and eyewitnesses who recounted their experiences.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day has special significance for young people with Jewish roots in Poland
Almost 3.5 million Jews lived in Poland before World War II. Now, eight decades after the Holocaust, about 20,000 people there have Jewish roots.
Several countries in Europe, including France, have already adopted the so-called Nutri-Score, a food ranking system displayed on packaging aimed at helping people choose healthier food. The system essentially gives food and drink items a score from A to E based on their key ingredients, such as sugar, salt and fibre. But the algorithm is now changing to better reflect nutritional reality
A viral post claiming Mohammed Nazzal, a Palestinian prisoner recently released by Israel was ‘staging’ his injuries that he claims he received at the hands of Israeli authorities in jail. In this edition of Truth or Fake, Vedika Bahl fact-checks this story, and looks into the claims of abuse by Israeli officials towards Palestinian prisoners.
US authorities are searching for a man wanted in connection with mass shootings in the US state of Maine, warning residents he is "armed and dangerous."
Dozens of US states are suing Meta and its Instagram unit, accusing the tech giant of fuelling a youth mental health crisis by making its social media platforms addictive. Our Science editor Julia Sieger tells us more about what Meta is accused of.
The conflict between warring factions in Sudan has left thousands dead and millions have been forced to flee. Half a year on since the outbreak of the fighting, the humanitarian situation is worse than ever, with many refugees in Chad on the brink of famine. Also in this edition: what the gradual lifting of the state of siege in North Kivu and Ituri province means for DR Congo.
The conflict between warring factions in Sudan has left thousands dead and millions have been forced to flee. Half a year on since the outbreak of the fighting, the humanitarian situation is worse than ever, with many refugees in Chad on the brink of famine. Also in this edition: what the gradual lifting of the state of seige in North Kivu and Ituri province means for DR Congo. And finally: Kibera Fashion Week celebrates the talents of local designers.
Over 500 people were killed in an Israeli airstrike on Baptist Hospital in Gaza on Tuesday, Health Ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra told Anadolu.
In this edition of Revisited we head to Canada to discover the diversity of the country's French accents and cultures as the use of French in the mainly English-speaking country declines. From Port Royal in Nova Scotia to Toronto via New Brunswick and Quebec, what remains of the 18th-century colony of New France? Our correspondent reports.