Pointing to recent statistics, France's Jewish communities have expressed alarm over a rise in anti-Semitic incidents since last March's deadly shootings of a rabbi and three schoolchildren in Toulouse. Is it a disturbing trend, or a cyclical spike?
Far-right National Front candidate Marine Le Pen obtained a surprising 18% of the vote in the first-round of France’s presidential election Sunday night. But who will those votes go to in the second round?
As the world marks International Women’s Day on Thursday, many Tunisian women fear they are losing the gains obtained before and during the revolution of January 2011. But some of them are not ready to give up.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has said he will resign after Parliament passes austerity measures prescribed by the EU. Is this the end of his 20 years in politics? FRANCE 24 spoke to a specialist in Italian media.
The case of Troy Davis, an African-American scheduled to be executed in Georgia Wednesday for killing a white police officer, has added new urgency to arguments that the US justice system is racially discriminatory.