Unaware of the past: is this the future for young South Africans?
Twenty years after the face South Africa changed forever, a new generation has grown up never knowing apartheid. But now they risk having a distorted picture of their country's history. The ANC's youth movement leader Julius Malema is delivering much anti-white rhetoric; but since history lessons are no longer compulsory in schools, young South Africans don't always get the opportunity to hear any other versions of events.
Were talks held in New York on Tuesday between US President Barack Obama, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas something of a breakthrough or merely another photo opportunity?
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's "quiet diplomacy" has drawn criticism in the Western press. Halfway through his five-year term, is the criticism of the UN chief justified, or is it a misunderstanding which can be put down to cultural differences?
The Clearstream trial, which opens in Paris on Monday, touches the heart of France's political establishment and senior figures in French industry and the secret services. We throw light on a murky affair behind France's "trial of the decade".
Several dozen European survivors, relatives and terror experts met at a two-day congress in Paris, held 20 years after the bombing of a French UTA airliner over Niger claimed 170 lives on September 19, 1989.