Stories about French from March, 2018
Tunisian MPs Propose Legislation Criminalising ‘Cyber Defamation’
"This bill is the result of a repressive mindset restrictive of freedoms, reflecting a nostalgia for the dictatorship era".
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.
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?
Is Censorship Coming Back to Tunisia? Court Order Bans ‘Blue Whale’ Online Game
The implications of this decision, if upheld on appeal, would set a new precedent for internet censorship in Tunisia.
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."
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"
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.
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."