There are set to be more protests in Russia against early December's parliamentary elections, which many Russians say were fraudulent. Vladimir Putin's United Russia Party may have come out on top but part of Russia's educated, internet-savvy youth are planning to rise up in protest. Our correspondents Ksenia Bolchakova and Xavier Luiset report from the heart of a movement which is gathering speed.
As Beijing celebrates the 60th anniversary of the foundation of the People’s Republic of China with a massive military parade through the city centre, we discuss the country's spectacular progress to the rank of global superpower.
Right across Europe, socialists and social democrats have suffered a series of electoral setbacks, culminating in the German SPD's recent debacle. We ask why the left has failed so spectacularly to take advantage of the economic crisis.
Pakistan is said to be close to buying three French submarines, but negotiations are unfolding in a context of suspicions of corruption linked to a previous submarine sale, said to be linked to the Karachi bombing of 2002.
France 24 looks at the chaotic situation in Manila after tropical storm Ketsana hit the Philippine capital bringing with it the heaviest rain in more than four decades. At least 140 people have been reported dead, officials say.