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The highest court in the US has rejected a plea by the former president to block the release of tax returns.
Seoul has long walked a tightrope between China, its most important trading partner, and the US, its closest security ally.
Christopher Magnus stepped down amid tensions with President Joe Biden's administration. The resignation comes as Biden faces criticism from Republicans regarding his migrant policy at the US-Mexico border.
Some analysts fear North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is building up to another nuclear test. That's prompted one South Korean to take civil protection into his own hands.
As Biden and Xi prepare to meet in person as top leaders for the first time, experts say the meeting is aimed at preventing competition from spiraling and predict there may be no breakthrough in the relationship.
One of the challenges faced by children living in poor communities is the lack of opportunities. A tennis program once started by former tennis champion Joseph Oyebog in a Douala suburb is giving kids a chance to pursue a sport they would otherwise have no access to.
It was a tragic day that became a symbol of the rise of the far right in the US during the presidency of Donald Trump. On August 12, 2017, during a rally by White supremacists in the city of Charlottesville, Virginia, a young neo-Nazi sympathiser rammed his car into a crowd of counter-protesters. One young woman was killed and dozens of other people were injured. Five years on, FRANCE 24's reporters Fanny Allard and Matthieu Mabin returned to Charlottesville to meet residents.
As the dust settles, a few, but decisive races will likely hand Republicans the House, while Democrats may barely hold onto the Senate. A divided government has implications for US global leadership.
In Centre County in the US state of Pennsylvania, 18 ballots were found inside ballot drop boxes before the start of the voting period on October 25. Many users and far-right news sites are claiming ballot fraud, while local officials confirm that these ballots are valid. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
Pyongyang said it was not involved in arms dealings with Russia, and had no plans to do so. The US previously indicated North Korea was supplying Russia with artillery shells for its war in Ukraine.
As the US midterms approach, record-breaking numbers of young voters are already turning out to the polls. While elections have been about Republicans or Democrats for voters in the past, first-time voters may be motivated by other factors.
In an interview with FRANCE 24, US Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo discussed the sanctions imposed on Moscow in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. "The sanctions are working and that's why Russia is working so hard to evade them," he said. Adeyemo also discussed the cap on the price of Russian oil announced by the G7.