Syria's Kurds make unusual friends in unlikely placesThe Turkish military offensive in Afrin is winning Syria's Kurds unlikely friends in unusual places.
Turkey’s Afrin assault wins Kurds unlikely friendsThe Turkish military operation in the Syrian Kurdish enclave of Afrin is uniting unlikely players behind Syria’s Kurds.
The rise and fall of S. Africa's power family, the GuptasThe three Gupta brothers accused of corruption links to South Africa's Jacob Zuma, who resigned as president on Wednesday, had modest beginnings in India. But the world they set…
Who are the Guptas at the heart of Zuma's downfallFRANCE 24's Leela Jacinto explains the rise and fall of the Gupta family at the heart of corruption allegations against former South African leader, Jacob Zuma.
Propaganda machines at full speed in north Syria conflictWhile the fighting between the Turkish and Syrian Kurdish camps rages in northern Syria, a war of words and videos online is being waged for hearts and minds.
Israeli jet downing ratchets up tensions in Syrian conflictThe Syrian conflagration was exacerbated Saturday with the crashing of an Israeli fighter jet amid Syrian anti-aircraft fire, marking the first time Israel has lost an aircraft…
War, peace strategies leave Afghanistan in deadly muddleThe war was not yet over when peace was given a chance in Afghanistan. But after a brutal start to the year, it’s time for a strategic rethink.
An Oscar hopeful exposes Lebanon’s buried history“The Insult,” Lebanon’s first Oscar foreign film nomination, reveals how memories of the past can turn a minor spat into a major political confrontation – for the characters and…
Macron defends Africa air-conditioning gagIn an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24, President Emmanuel Macron defended his controversial air-conditioning quip in Burkina Faso. But not everyone on Twitter is amused.