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As the months-long battle for Mosul reaches its most difficult stages in the crowded Old City, a FRANCE 24 team on the ground finds Iraqi soldiers, as well as their US and French military advisors, desperately trying to avoid civilian casualties.
A day after new French President Emmanuel Macron appointed centre-right Édouard Philippe as prime minister, the much-expected announcement of his cabinet, set for Tuesday, was delayed 24 hours for extra vetting.
There’ll be politics aplenty on Cannes film screens this year. But the run-up to the 70th edition of the world’s most glamorous festival has been overshadowed by a very French fracas over the inclusion of streaming upstart Netflix.
The war in Yemen has just entered its third year. The fighting between Houthi rebels and forces loyal to the exiled president has left at least 10,000 people dead and displaced more than three million others. A Saudi-led coalition has been striking rebel-held zones, but is also accused of bombing civilian areas, including hospitals. Reporters are rarely allowed into Yemen, but thanks to the NGO Doctors Without Borders, our team obtained exclusive footage of the devastation.
The UN Security Council on Monday strongly condemned North Korea's latest ballistic missile test and vowed to ratchet up the pressure on the regime, including sanctions, ahead of an emergency meeting to discuss the launch.
President Emmanuel Macron on his first international trip as France’s president called for a "historic rebuilding" of Europe in the face of rising populism, and the risk of EU stagnation and disintegration.
President Emmanuel Macron named Édouard Philippe, 46, from the centre-right Les Républicains party as France’s new prime minister on Monday in what was widely seen as a bid to draw leading figures from the conservative opposition into his camp.
Nicole Kidman will be a Cannes fixture on and off the screen this year, but the festival’s 70th anniversary edition showcases plenty of lesser known quantities too. Here’s a look at some eagerly anticipated performances.
Renegade soldiers in Ivory Coast on Monday rejected a proposed deal to end their mutiny over unpaid bonuses just minutes after the defence minister announced on state-owned television that an agreement had been reached.
The Shiite Houthi rebel movement that controls the Yemeni capital of Sanaa has declared a state of emergency after an outbreak of cholera that the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Monday had already killed 180 people.
France's newly inaugurated president promised full and enthusiastic support for Paris's bid to host the 2024 Games on Sunday, as an International Olympic Committee (IOC) assessment team began a three-day inspection.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives defeated the ruling Social Democrats (SPD) in a key state election on Sunday, exit polls showed, boosting their hopes of retaining power in September's national vote.