Spanish bullfighter gored to death in the ringA Spanish bullfighter was gored to death in front of horrified spectators at a corrida Saturday, the first to be killed in the ring in more than three decades.
'Smart pets'We talk biomimicry on Tech 24 this week. Since the beginning of time, man has looked to nature to find solutions to human challenges because after millions of years of tinkering,…
Graphic videos at French factory farms spark outrageAnimal rights groups have called for tighter monitoring and control of France’s fresh meat industry, after two disturbing videos emerged on Wednesday showing the mistreatment of…
Down To Earth
DOWN TO EARTH
Extinction crisis: Saving the planet's species from an irreversible fateSpecies are disappearing faster than at any time since the dinosaurs' demise. Scientists are calling it the sixth mass extinction and it's largely driven by man. This week the…
You Are Here
YOU ARE HERE
France’s Camargue region and its herdsmenShaped by the winds, the River Rhone and the Mediterranean, the Camargue forms an infinite territory of lagoons and ponds. The region is also famous for its bulls and their…
Brexit: The Claws Are OutWith just days to go before the crucial vote, many are unhappy with the tone of the EU referendum debate. In today's MediaWatch we look at why BOTH sides should up their game,…
Eye On Africa
EYE ON AFRICA
Kenya and Somalia discuss the refugee situation in DadaabIn tonight's edition: Kenya and Somalia discuss refugees’ situation in Dadaab, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a new organization is bringing education to children in…
In The Papers
IN THE WORLD PAPERS
Social media turns ugly in response to 'Cincinnati zoo episode'INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Tues. 31.05.16: Papers across the world react to the trial of chad’s former leader. In its verdict, the court in Senegal found Hissène Habré guilty of…
Kenya torches massive ivory bonfires to save elephantsEleven giant pyres of tusks will be set on fire Saturday as Kenya torches its vast ivory stockpile in a grand gesture aimed at shocking the world into stopping the slaughter of…
Venezuela hopes long weekends will save energyVenezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is closing public sector offices every Friday for the coming months, as the country tries to deal with an energy shortage. Government critics…
France detects first case of mad cow since 2011France has found an "isolated" case of mad cow disease, its first occurrence since 2011, the agriculture ministry said Thursday.
EYE ON AFRICA
Nigeria missing $16 billion in oil cashIn tonight's rundown: missing oil money in Nigeria, pro-democracy activists detained in Kinshasa and saving chimps in Guinea.
IN THE FRENCH PAPERS