Father Guirguis Lucas, pastor at the church of St. Mary and St. Mark, near Paris
In the wake of the deadly attack against a Coptic Church in Alexandria, Marc Perelman talks to Father Guirguis Lucas, based near Paris, about the threat faced by Coptic Christians both in Egypt and across Europe.
Last August Russian troops rolled into South Ossetia and Abkhazia, separatist states of Georgia. We ask Temurl Iakobashvili what more the EU could have done and what role it should now have in the country.
In an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24, PM Morgan Tsvangirai says he is satisfied with progress made in Zimbabwe and enjoys a "working relation" with former arch-foe President Robert Mugabe, with whom he has agreed to share power.
John Negroponte recounts his fascinating 44 year long career as a US diplomat, from Honduras in the Cold War to the 2006 invasion of Iraq. We ask him about current US counter terrorism strategies and Obama's handling of the political crisis in Iran.