For the last edition of the show in its current version, we take a look back at some of the many places across the Americas we’ve gone to over the years. We also take a closer look at the hot-button issue of abortion and how a series of electoral wins for reproductive rights groups could spell bad news for Republicans come November in red states like in Florida.
Paris is preparing to hold the Olympics this summer, but did you know that the last time the French capital hosted the Games was exactly 100 years ago? Much has been forgotten about the 1924 Olympics, but records were broken, champions were made and more women athletes took part than ever before.
Will a sense of urgency prevail at COP28? The climate talks in the United Arab Emirates will once again bring to the fore the challenges of financing the world's move to sustainable development. The vice president of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), Sir Danny Alexander, joins us from Dubai to give us his take.
10 Jun 2023
Recent accusations against Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann have highlighted the issue of security for women at concerts. The allegations of sexual misconduct are overshadowing the band's European tour.
29 May 2023
Accelerated by Vision 2030, Saudi business women have been thriving in various industries despite the on-going crackdown on dissent and political activism.
26 May 2023
Modest fashion is a way of dressing that respects specific clothing requirements for reasons of faith and also personal preference. The market for modest fashion is huge – and it's only getting bigger, with both designers and influencers keen to get in on the action. FRANCE 24 went to check out the second edition of Paris Modest Fashion Week.
19 May 2023
This week we turn the spotlight on perhaps the most French thing of all: the language. If you're learning French, you'll know that it's a complex and rich language that's constantly evolving.
7 May 2023
Screenwriters in Hollywood are striking for the first time in 15 years. Negotiations between the Writers Guild of America and TV networks – as well as Netflix, Amazon and Disney – broke down after the two sides failed to find an agreement on issues like pay, mandatory staffing and guarantees against artificial intelligence. We take a closer look.