Chinese authorities are concerned about the impact calls for democracy in Egypt could have on their people. Another sumo scandal taints the formerly wholesome image of the sport. And we'll see how in India transsexuals are no longer officially male or female, but "other".
Derek Thomson presents a news show produced exclusively from content provided by amateurs: photos, videos and personal accounts from our network of Observers around the world - all checked by our staff in Paris. First run Saturdays at 8:10 am Paris time.
We look back on three decades of Hosni Mubarak's rule: how he came to power and then tightened his grip on the country over the years. We also take a closer look at who the anti-government protesters are. And the popular anger spills over into Yemen as tens of thousands take to the streets in Sanaa.
Today we’re talking Iranian literature with two novels that have just been released in France, though banned in Iran. "My Uncle Napoleon" by Iradj Pezeshkzad and "Censoring an Iranian Love Story" by Shahriar Mandanipour. Then, If you are passionate about fashion and you want to discover young designers, "Carnet de mode" or "Be Part of Fashion" is for you, we take a look at their competition here in Paris.
Tunisians are looking for ways to get around web censorship. Online impersonation is now a crime in California and punishable by imprisonment. And a site which converts social network posts into news articles.
In the midst of a deep European debt crisis and under fire from its EU partners for a controversial new media law, Hungary took on the rotating presidency Saturday with plans to increase the bloc’s economic competitiveness.
A famous Chinese blogger is forced to shut down his magazine. Web users are mobilizing support for alleged Wikileaks source, soldier Bradley Manning. And a video offering advice on Photoshop software, in music.