Nabeel Rajab, President of the Bahrain Center for Human RightsNabeel Rajab comes from Bahrain, a country which was once upheld as a model of reform in the Arabic-speaking world. But, as he has discovered for himself, this is no longer the cas...
Little sympathy for striking taxi driversOn social media, few are expressing sympathy for striking taxi drivers who are protesting against GPS apps such as Uber that compete with their services. In Thailand, a screening o...
Famed activist says China fears fresh 'Tiananmen' protestsTwenty-five years after the deadly crackdown on peaceful protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, Chen Guangcheng, one of China's foremost dissidents, talks exclusively to...
Online campaign to free nine Ethiopian bloggersIn this edition: an online campaign to free 9 Ethiopian bloggers; the White House takes on the problem of sexual assault on campus; and a diver swimming with seal pups.
Video: French non-profit offers a home to exiled journalistsIn honour of World Press Freedom Day, the Maison des Journalistes (MDJ), a French non-profit organization that offers shelter and support to journalists forced to flee their home c...
Algerian election: Bouteflika votes in wheelchairThe image that has dominated social media of today's Algerian election is ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika casting his vote in a wheelchair. Derision of the president on...
Algeria's media: a mixture of censorship and free speechOn the eve of Algeria's Presidential election, we take a look at the media landscape of the North Afrian country. Censorship is widely practised, in particular on television n...
TAIWAN - CHINA
China trade deal: Is Taiwan's identity under threat?In Taiwan, students who occupied parliament for almost a month have called off their protest. It was sparked by a trade deal with mainland China, which still considers Taiwan as pa...
Reporters Without Borders releases 'Enemies of the Internet' listIn this edition: Reporters Without Borders releases its annual "Enemies of the Internet" list; American web users raise thousands for a homeless man; and a pencil drawing...
Cartoonists rally in support of jailed TunisianIn this edition: cartoonists’ campaign for the release of a jailed Tunisian; NGOS alarmed by the humanitarian situation in South Sudan; and a video of a French man's seven mon...
CHANGE.org helping change the worldThe Internet is helping to change the world through websites like Change.org: a free petition tool that boasts 50 million users. #TECH24 brings you an exclusive interview with Chan...
France In Focus
FRANCE IN FOCUS
France's boss-napping 'trend'This week in France, boss-napping made a comeback: two executives at the tyre company Goodyear were held hostage for 30 hours by workers seeking bigger redundancy packages. Next, o...