French agriculture is in crisis. Like the milk industry, the fruit-and-vegetable sector is in trouble. The farmers have had enough. Rather than produce at a loss, they are tearing up their orchards. Our reporter Nicolas Ransom shared the everyday lives of these farmers who can no longer make a living.
Relive the best moments of the first ever World Cup organised on African soil. From Ghana’s outstanding performance, to the hopes and disappointments of the South Americans…from the saga of France’s disgrace…to Spain’s historic victory. Our special correspondents were there in South Africa.
Football’s biggest event has finally arrived on the African continent. This special edition of the programme is brought to you from Durban, one of the host cities of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. This is where three of the continent’s top teams have set up camp. We’ll be meeting with the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon and be talking to their star player, Samuel Eto’o.
A ruined economy, endemic corruption, and weeks of public unrest: Greece is sliding towards disaster. Our reporters on the ground found a population torn between anger and disillusion. France 24 takes a closer look at Greece on the edge.
In the month that followed the Haiti quake, the French donated 65 million Euros for emergency aid. Who gets the money? Who uses it? What impact does it have on the ground? Find out in this edition of Reporters.
Beirut airport has rarely seen such as influx of passengers: 19 thousand Lebanese have come home to vote in this year's legislative elections. The country does not allow proxy voting, so expatriates are coming back in droves.
It’s the biggest event in the world’s biggest auto market, but this year’s Detroit Auto Show comes at a terrible time for the industry. Expect gloom - not glitz - in Motor City, say our correspondents.
Barack Obama's election has stirred the winds of change inside and outside America. From Nairobi to Washington via Baghdad or even Phoenix, our correspondents report on how Obama’s victory left people across the world awestruck.