Threats, defamation, and even physical attacks are a daily occurrence for many teachers in Germany. Dealing with the situation is becoming a major challenge.
The presidential election campaign is taking place against a backdrop of bloodshed, drug trafficking and voter fatigue. Can the country restabilize in the midst of multiple crises?
Jenin and its refugee camp have seen heightened violence between Israeli forces and Palestinian fighters over past weeks. While Israel claims the operation is to counter terrorism, international observers are concerned.
A school district in Utah, USA, called Davis School District, has ruled out the Bible in elementary and middle schools. The 72,000-student-populated School north of Salt Lake City, Utah, took this action after a complaint from a parent.
According to the European Union's narcotics monitor, the EU drug market is growing more diverse and health risks are increasing. Increased trafficking has also led to increased drug-related violence.
Violent extremism and climate change are driving crop growers and stock farmers from their fields in Nigeria. That's a major headache for new President Bola Tinubu.
Violent extremism and climate change are driving crop growers and stock farmers from their fields in Nigeria. That's a major headache for Bola Tinubu, the new leader of the country where everyone depends on agriculture.
A Kenyan film series done by youngsters can change an entire life.
Attacks on medical professionals are on the rise in India and doctors are demanding protection. Many say the problem is rooted in the nation's troubled health care system.
In February, dozens of young Israeli settlers in the West Bank led a punitive expedition to the Palestinian town of Huwara in the north, near Nablus, following the murder of two of their own. They burned several buildings in the town and threw stones, injuring several residents and killing one, according to Palestinian authorities. One Israeli general described the violence as a "pogrom". FRANCE 24's Gwendoline Debono returned to Huwara to find out why the northern West Bank is now one of the most violent areas in the Palestinian Territories.
It's been ten years since the start of the conflict in the Central African Republic opposing the Seleka and anti-Balaka militias. What quickly turned into a third civil war has left thousands of people dead and over half a million displaced. Behind the staggering numbers are countless civilians forced to make radical decisions to continue their lives in unimaginable circumstances.
Each day, five people are victims of far-right attacks in Germany. Racism persists as a pressing reality. Alarmingly, such violence is on the rise among young people.