Melissa Bell interviews Khaled Al Khamissi. This Egyptian writer, whose book “Taxi” has been translated all over the world, took part in the revolution and tells us why he’s confident in the future of his country.
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.
The IMF has just approved 17 billions dollars in zero percent loans for low-income countries until 2014. Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Managing Director of the IMF, explains the details in an interview with FRANCE 24.
The French writer Yann Quéffelec discusses his new book "Adieu Bugaled Breizh", (“Goodbye Bugaled Breizh”) about the 2004 shipwreck of a French trawler. Quéffelec says a Dutch submarine caused the accident, in which 5 French sailors died.