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Dozens killed in attack on military camp in Mali

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Splintered Left: French Socialists divided ahead of primary runoff (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

Splintered Left: Are Europe's social democrats obsolete? (part 2)

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New President says Jammeh has agreed to cede power

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France finally grants Senegalese vets citizenship

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Pollution threatens island paradise of Mauritius, and one Cameroonian expat's quest to bring safe drinking water to his country

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THE INTERVIEW

Publicis boss encourages firms to move staff to Paris post-Brexit

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THE INTERVIEW

'Fake news has had almost no impact on Wikipedia'

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Iraq: Embedded with French special forces in Mosul

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THE OBSERVERS DIRECT

We head out to meet France 24 Observers. They tell us more about the stories they have alerted us to. Every first Saturday of the month at 10.15 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2014-03-05

Cambodia: Stirrings of revolt

Julien Pain meets Observers to discuss the memorable events they have witnessed. “Observers Direct” extends through television the unique and original journalistic online project The Observers.

Cambodia makes expensive jeans and tee-shirts for sale in the richest countries of the world. Yet its textile workers have to subsist on very low wages. But there are signs they've had enough!

We joined our Observer, Moses, in the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, where the textile workers are threatening revolt.

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2017-01-07 Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast: a new future for farming

Watch our 12-minute report on agriculture in Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) - an investigation with our Observers Daniel Oulaï, Jean-Delmas Ehui from ICT4DEV, Cléophas Mosala from...

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2016-12-03 Bangladesh

Silt and Sand: the river islands of northern Bangladesh

On the flood-prone river islands of Bangladesh, everything is portable. The islands, known as “chars” (pronounced chors), are formed of silt and sand carried down from the...

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2016-09-08 economy

"Silicon Mountain”: Africa's next tech hub

With Observers Alain Nteff and Churchill Nanjé take us on a tour of Cameroon's blossoming tech scene - which is being driven by soaring sales of cheap smartphones.

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2016-06-04 Central African Republic

Baaka, the fallen kings of the forest

The Baka pygmies have traditionally made their home in the rain forests of remote parts of the Central African Republic. But they are finding it increasingly difficult to eke out...

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2016-05-07 India

Racism and violence : the ordeal of African students in India

Recently, there have been an increasing number of racist incidents and attacks against African students living in India, and they say Indian authorities have been slow to provide...

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