Gorka Landaburu, editor of the Spanish weekly magazine Cambio 16, has had to live under the protection of bodyguards since 2001, when he was injured by a letter bomb sent by the Basque separatist group ETA.
Ahead of the first anniversary of the 2008 Georgian-Russian conflict, tensions are again running high. Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili tells FRANCE 24 that Russia has not finished its mission in Georgia.
In a FRANCE 24 interview, Morocco's Minister of Communication Khalid Naciri explains the government's decision to ban two magazines which published an opinion poll on the first decade of rule from the north African country's King Mohammed VI.
Marc Gentilini, former head of the French Red Cross and a professor of infectious diseases at Paris’s Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital, says the global attention given to Influenza A is “indecent” given the other health emergencies in the world.
Jean Ping, chairman of the African Union Commission, discusses his new book "Et l'Afrique brillera de mille feux" ("Africa will shine with a thousand points of light") , an account of the continent’s history and development.