The debate on gay marriage in France has split opinion down the middle. It has forged a new generation of right-wing activists who have grasped an opportunity to defend traditional values. Although the legislation on gay marriage is now law, they are not giving up. We take you to meet the young right-wingers who are setting their sights on the next elections.
For more than 60 years, the Tibetan people have tried to resist the Chinese steamroller. But how much longer can they hold out in the face of repression, military occupation and deepening cultural assimilation?
Our reporter Cyril Payen spent several days undercover in Tibet. This is his exclusive report on a region that is turning into a shadow of its former self.
We bring you a shocking insight into the horror of the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In the east of the country, thousands of women, children and even men were raped last November. A crime committed not by the M23 rebels, but by the regular army, supposed to protect the population. Our reporter Fiona Lloyd-Davies went to Minova in South Kivu province, where the rapists are now coming face to face with their victims in court.
In recent years, the 'Ndrangheta has become the largest and most feared of the four criminal organizations in Italy, alongside the Camorra in the Naples area, Cosa Nostra in Sicily and Sacra Corona Unita in Apulia. Specializing in drug trafficking, the 'Ndrangheta has globalized in recent years. Our reporter investigates in Calabria, the organization's heartland.
In the West Bank, everyone calls him "The Godfather". Munib al-Masri, 80, is not only the richest Palestinian in the Palestinian Territories; he is also one of the most influential. In his final years, he is obsessed by two goals: reconciling the Palestinians, and making peace with Israel. Our reporters met him and followed him on the road in the Middle East.