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durée : 00:02:25 - Un monde d'avance - Au moment où la Grèce achète des Rafale à la France, Athènes a repris des discussions avec la Turquie pour régler leurs contentieux en Méditerranée orientale. Est-ce une vraie désescalade ou une simple pause dans la tension entre les deux pays ?由franceinfo
 
Joe Biden has been inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States of America. Reporters are already remarking on the change of tone from the White House towards the media. Biden has also signed a number of executive orders to reverse the policies of his controversial and twice-impeached predecessor on climate and immigration.…
 
He's the first US president to be impeached twice. This time though, it's a whole different atmosphere. Lawmakers had to pass metal detectors and National Guard troops who'd slept overnight inside the Capitol. This as ten Republicans voted with the Democrats, agreeing that Donald Trump, one week earlier, had incited an insurrection and the violence…
 
durée : 00:02:56 - Un monde d'avance - La CDU, le parti de la chancelière, se réunit les 15 et 16 janvier pour désigner son nouveau chef de file. Trois hommes sont sur la ligne de départ, et l’un d’eux pourrait donc succéder à Angela Merkel à l’automne prochain à la tête du pays.由franceinfo
 
It was not one but two grave assaults on America's 240-year-old democracy. Remember, the week began with the world discovering that leaked phone call where Donald Trump tried to pressure Republican officials in Georgia to reverse his loss there. The Associated Press reports that Capitol Police were mostly focused on protecting lawmakers for their j…
 
durée : 00:02:38 - Un monde d'avance - Le pays d'Extrême Orient a été peu touché par le coronavirus jusqu’à présent mais la situation se dégrade depuis début décembre. La contamination du grand maître du sumo, la lutte traditionnelle japonaise, a donc valeur de symbole.由franceinfo
 
durée : 00:02:48 - Un monde d'avance - L'île s’apprête à vivre une révolution économique avec la fin à partir du 1er janvier de son système à deux monnaies. Les conséquences seront multiples, c’est sans doute la fin de l’omniprésence de l’Etat dans l’un des derniers régimes communistes du monde.由franceinfo
 
The year 2020 may have ended with Christmas effectively cancelled in Britain, but the country broke ground in offering its population a shot in the arm. Margaret Keenan, a 90-year-old British pensioner, became the first member of the general public to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. BioNTech was founded in 2008 by Austrian cancer researcher Christoph…
 
An invisible foe indifferent to man-made borders, the world's greatest pandemic in a century triggered fear, anxiety, and sometimes the worst but also the best in humanity. In Italy and elsewhere, we clapped for care workers who appropriately bore the name of front-line workers, heading into battle desperately short of protective equipment and all …
 
A fever, a cough, and fatigue... Emmanuel Macron is the latest head of state to have contracted the coronavirus. The French president is now self-isolating at La Lanterne; a guest house on the grounds of the Palace of Versailles which is an official residence for French presidents. From there, Macron is soldiering on with his official engagements a…
 
Help is on the way. Dateline Coventry, England. A 90-year-old pensioner was applauded after becoming the first member of the general public to get her Covid-19 vaccine jab and – what a feat – a first-ever vaccine against a coronavirus rolled out in record time. Here in France, it seems it would be politically impossible to announce Christmas is can…
 
The hills are alive with the sound of protest. In France, a land where skiing is a €10 billion business that employs 120,000 professionals, the natives are up in arms over the government's ban on skiing over the Christmas holiday, with the same story in Italy. Over in Austria, the slopes will reopen on Christmas Eve but hotels and restaurants are c…
 
No pandemic was going to keep Argentina from its Evita moment. For hours on Thursday, mourning Argentinians filed past the coffin of Diego Armando Maradona, the rags-to-riches hero, who, thanks to his footballing genius, moved the nation out of the shadows of its generals and defeat in the Falklands War. The rollercoaster fortunes of Maradona, both…
 
We go to the Middle East to discuss Mike Pompeo's farewell tour of the region. We also discuss Donald Trump's legacy, as well the Covid-19 vaccines. Is there now light at the end of the tunnel? But first, the United Nations says a full-scale humanitarian crisis is unfolding in Ethiopia. And in the EU, is there a way through the budget stalemate?…
 
November 13, 2015 was also a Friday: a Friday many of us sadly will never forget. One hundred and thirty people were killed in a terror attack in Paris. This Friday 13, tributes have been laid at scenes where people, out enjoying Paris life, were killed by terrorists. The Stade de France was where it began with a failed, though still fatal attack. …
 
We dissect a week like no other with the latest on the US presidential election. We're asking: how does America hope to become re-United in the wake of the most bitter election in living memory? Trump's legacy may well be the rise of the far right: his policies and personal attitude have emboldened a branch of politics long thought to be shamed int…
 
It was a Thursday the French would rather forget, with bottlenecks at the exits of Paris as some city dwellers raced to get out before Act II of a national lockdown. And if the second wave of Covid-19 was not enough to dampen an already grey autumn mood: another gruesome terror attack took place, with three killed in a stabbing spree inside Notre D…
 
Samuel Paty was beheaded by an 18-year-old who had to pay pupils to identify his victim, this after a row over a civics class on free speech that included cartoons of the prophet spiraled into a social media campaign against the teacher. How does Emmanuel Macron plan to protect other "faces of the Republic"? To the US next, where the last president…
 
The French government is trying a new tack: a 9 pm to 6 am curfew for nine metropolitan areas including Paris. The idea this time is to keep schools open, to keep businesses open, to allow the French to travel for the autumn recess holidays. It is hard to be 20 in 2020, the French president said in his remarks on Wednesday evening. Emmanuel Macron …
 
On Monday morning we awoke to images of Donald Trump returning by helicopter to the White House after a weekend stay in hospital with Covid-19. The commander-in-chief who turned to the camera and dropped the mask. The White House physician gave the president a clean bill of health on Thursday. Sean Conley, who is an osteopath not a general practiti…
 
It was 1 am in Washington when the president of the United States confirmed he had tested positive for Covid-19. Face masks were a topical issue in Tuesday's first presidential debate. Even if the other debates are cancelled, there were enough fireworks in Tuesday's 90-minute shoutfest in Cleveland to last a lifetime. And in Portland, Oregon on Wed…
 
It's last call for drinks at the bar at 10 pm in Paris. The tightening of Covid-19 restrictions is even stricter in Marseille, where both bars and restaurants are shut for two weeks as of this Saturday. Predictably, the natives are not pleased. The UK is also making it last orders at 10 pm. The further tightening of restrictions is accompanied like…
 
How can Europe better tackle the current spike in coronavirus cases? François Picard's panel looks at the new tightening of social distancing measures across the continent. Also, Israel officially normalised relations with Bahrain and the UAE, plus the French government will respond to bids for 5G licenses next week...and as fires continue to burn …
 
After summer vacation, school's back in and the scramble is on to avoid a return to lockdown. In France, where Covid-19 cases continue to rise, prompting a rush on labs for testing, the government has announced several measures – including an updated strategy on testing and devolution to local authorities when it comes to stricter enforcement of so…
 
It was Wednesday when the German chancellor herself came out to announce it was Novichok. German scientists had determined that Alexei Navalny, the Kremlin's most outspoken critic, was poisoned with the same Soviet-era nerve agent used against former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal two years ago in Salisbury, England. What happens next?…
 
Why did Turkey choose this moment to reconvert Istanbul's Hagia Sophia from a museum back into a mosque? François Picard's panel looks at trouble at home and abroad as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's rivalry with Egypt heats up over Libya. Also, after Portland, US President Donald Trump vows to deploy paramilitaries to Chicago and other US cities,…
 
Foreign correspondents the world over mourn the sudden death at 68 of The Daily Beast foreign editor Christopher Dickey. François Picard's panel remembers the four-decade career of a journalist whose work took him from Latin America to the Middle East and his adopted home of Paris.由FRANCE 24
 
Who ever thought we'd see the day when a US passport didn't get travellers into Europe? François Picard's panel ponders the experience of a European summer without American tourists. Also, Israel goes back into lockdown, the European Union's mixed messages to China over Hong Kong, the argument over whether to ban popular Beijing-owned video-sharing…
 
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