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Stories about French

24 July 2018

In the run-up to Mali's 2018 presidential elections, will President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta survive his scandals?

"Malians have the right to question where the hundreds of billions are really going, which were approved for the army to be able to tackle the jihadist threat."

20 July 2018

“Because we're here. Because we exist”: Nofi ‘Black and Proud’ challenges representation in French media

"I want us to be unavoidable. So we can offer an answer to this question of representation." Global Voices interviews the founder of Nofi, the first French black media channel.

18 July 2018

Activist Naïm Touré sentenced to prison over Facebook post in Burkina Faso

Advox

"Freedom of expression is a constitutional right in our country; free NAÏM TOURÉ"

Parkour for peace: Kabul youth turns war-pocked landscape into a playground for dare devils

"When we tried to attend parkour events in Europe our visa applications were refused just because we hold Afghan passports."

5 July 2018

First comprehensive study on child abuse in Madagascar points to alarming level of violence

89% of children report having suffered from domestic abuse at least once and 30% of minors in the island have had a child.

1 July 2018

Who are the main candidates in Madagascar's presidential election?

The next presidential election shows every sign of bringing another stormy episode to political life in Madagascar.

28 June 2018

Simone Veil, the Immortal: A conversation with author Pascal Bresson on Veil's human rights legacy

"Beyond her image of rectitude and honesty, Simone Veil was, first and foremost, a woman who embodied her era and her struggle."

23 May 2018

Tunisian journalists say police union attacks are having a chilling effect on press freedom

Advox

Impunity for abuses committed by security forces and police unions "is almost becoming a norm," according to the syndicate of Tunisian journalists.

6 April 2018

A European Union-Supported Rap Video Tries to Persuade Young Guineans Against Migrating

"It’s about poverty, the lack of opportunities...That is why young people find it more risky to stay at home...They say: 'I would rather die on the sea than stay here.'"

30 March 2018

Tunisian MPs Propose Legislation Criminalising ‘Cyber Defamation’

Advox

"This bill is the result of a repressive mindset restrictive of freedoms, reflecting a nostalgia for the dictatorship era".

28 March 2018

DRC's Joseph Kabila Isolated as Delays to Organise the 2018 Elections Continue

This three-day protest was an opportunity for the opposition to show their support for the organisation of "credible and transparent" elections.

22 March 2018

Uncertainty Surrounds the Upcoming Election in the Democratic Republic of Congo

The coming months will be critical for the elections. Will President Kabila respect the existing electoral calendar?

14 March 2018

Is Censorship Coming Back to Tunisia? Court Order Bans ‘Blue Whale’ Online Game

Advox

The implications of this decision, if upheld on appeal, would set a new precedent for internet censorship in Tunisia.

7 March 2018

A Record Number of African Athletes Participated in Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games

"A matter of pride for the african continent which doesn’t make light of the difficulties faced by African athletes to get here."

6 March 2018

Is France Finally Facing up to Its Homelessness Problem?

"I'm #SDF [no fixed abode] but I'm also a human being and full citizen...I have the right to protest about situations which disgust me"

3 March 2018

10,000 Belgians March for Migrants’ Rights in Brussels

Demonstrators are protesting a proposed law that grants police the right to raid homes in their search for undocumented people, something they fear is becoming all too common.

1 March 2018

Guinean Blogger Sally Bilaly Sow: “Accountability Must Be in the Minds of Every Citizen”

"Today, Guinean bloggers are indispensable actors in the construction of a new and democratic Guinea."

21 February 2018

Tunisian Security Forces Target Journalists Covering Anti-Austerity Protests

Advox

The press in Tunisia is "too free," Tunisian president Essebsi said at a joint press conference with French president Macron on 31 January.

12 February 2018

What Were Global Voices’ Readers up to Last Week?

During the week of February 5-11, 2018, Global Voices' stories and translations attracted readers from 195 countries!

10 January 2018

Despite Threats of Censorship, Documentary Filmmakers Show Human Rights Violations in Western Sahara

Advox

The film gives audiences a close look at Western Sahara under Moroccan occupation.

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