Monday, 26th February 2024

Vladimir Putin

31 Jan
Boris Nadezhdin will run against Vladimir Putin in Russia's next presidential election. While the anti-war candidate has many young supporters, experts say he has a long way to go to securing the presidency.
28 Jan
The renowned author and Oxford Professor Timothy Garton Ash blames the "hubris" of past European leaders for many of the current struggles on the continent, including the war in Ukraine. He says he's spent five decades "travelling, worrying and writing about Europe".
25 Jan
Chad's junta leader is hosted in Russia and hails ties with the kremlin. Moscow's said it would help Mahamat Idriss Deby stabilise the country. Tunisia is eliminated from AFCON whilst Namibia stay in the game for their first ever advance to the last 16. And a Cameroonian fashion designer hopes to empower migrant workers living in Lebanon.
14 Dec
Over 1 million questions have reportedly been submitted as Vladimir Putin puts on his end-of-year marathon press conference for the first time since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
26 Aug 2023
After not attending the BRICS summit in South Africa, Russian President Vladimir Putin has no plans to travel to India for the G20 summit, the Kremlin says.
19 Aug 2023
After five days of consecutive losses, the Russian ruble has crashed below a psychologically important mark of 100 rubles for $1 US. What's causing the slide?
25 Mar 2023
Vladimir Putin is accused of of kneeling down to Xi Jinping and using a body double during his recent trip to occupied Mariupol. We debunk these claims in this edition of Truth or Fake.


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7 hours ago
Palestinian Authority PM Mohammad Shtayyeh resigns
8 hours ago
The technological and economic feasibility of CCS is central in the conversation around "abated" production. Given the challenges that the technology has faced, limiting its use and efficacy to date, it is clear that CCS is not able to abate emissions from fossil fuels sufficiently.
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Agriculture ministers from around the European Union are gathering in Brussels this Monday to discuss ways to address demands of protesting farmers. In today's Business Daily, we look at some of the proposals put forward by the EU Commission to make things easier for farmers. Also in this edition, FRANCE 24's Emerald Maxwell takes a look at a type of online scam called "pig butchering", where users of dating websites fall for fake crypto investments.
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The head of the World Trade Organization (WTO) said on Monday that "the world" may undershoot the 3.3% merchandise trade growth rate for this year.
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However, in recent decades the country has also begun coming to terms with some of its colonial-era atrocities, including in Tanzania and Namibia. Germany's mass killings of Nigeria's Indigenous Herero and Nama people in the early 1900s has been referred to by many historians as the first genocide of the 20th century.