On the menu today, the socialists are the new bosses of French politics. After winning municipal, local, regional, European and presidential elections, they now control both chambers of parliament after erning a clear-cut victory in last Sunday's legislative poll. A triumph of course but also a major reponsibility because the buck stops with president Hollande. Also on the menu, the conservatives find themselves in the opposition for the first time in a decade.
In this special show, Eve Jackson brings you the highlights from the biggest photojournalism festival in the world: Visa Pour l’Image. From revolutions in the Arab world and the UK's organised crime scene, to the Japanese tsunami and the rise of web documentaries, we take a look at the images that rocked the world this year.
The social network Facebook admitted on Thursday it had hired a PR company to damage the reputation of the Internet giant Google, citing "concerns" that it was breaching the privacy of Internet users to promote its own social-networking feature.
In this special edition of our Culture show from the French town of Perpignan, we take a look at the 22nd International Festival of Photojournalism. Eve Jackson meets photographer William Albert Allard.
Some of the world’s best photojournalists are taking a break from their globetrotting schedules to come to the southern French city of Perpignan for the international photojournalism festival “Visa pour l’image” that runs until September 12.
French photographer Miquel Dewever-Plana has devoted more than ten years to uncovering the violence that continues to plague Guatemala. He presents 'The other war', an exhibition on the "maras", the gangs of Guatemala City.