With just one month to go before the US presidential election, France 24 went to Tennessee, one of the most conservative states in America. Our reporters met the Americans who will be voting for Mitt Romney on November 6th.
The trial of Youssouf Fofana, leader of the "Barbarian gang" accused of kidnapping, torturing and killing a young Jewish man, Ilan Halimi, is to start on April 29. FRANCE 24 visited the housing estate near Paris where Halimi was held captive.
Almost 20 years after the end of apartheid, townships are still reminders of the segregation in South Africa. But society is slowly changing, and some township residents are now escaping to achieve their dreams of success.
As civilians in Afghanistan pay a high price for the fighting between the Taliban and Western forces, FRANCE 24's reporters went to the southern provinces of the country to discover what their living conditions are like.
Iranians flocked en masse to celebrate thirty years since the 1979 Islamic revolution that toppled the Shah's regime. But unlike their elders, some young Iranians seized on the occasion to go for a hike, taking their hookah pipe with them.
FRANCE 24 reporters were able to follow Marc Ravalomanana's eventful last days as president of Madagascar and Andry Rajoelina's subsequent accession to power. The 34-year-old former DJ is now the youngest head of an African state.