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Featured stories about French
- Algerian Cartoonist Faces 18 Months in Jail for Mocking President 17 February 2014
- When Algeria's Police Fail to Act, Citizen Journalists Step in 11 February 2014
- Change From the Ground Up in War-Torn Central African Republic 7 February 2014
- Citizen Journalists Expose Police Brutality During Protests in Algeria 31 January 2014
Latest stories about French
19 April 2014
An interview with Florian Ngimbis, president of the Cameroonian Bloggers Association, about language, the country's poor Internet penetration and more.
17 April 2014
Portrait of Suzanne Lehn, co-manager of French language Global Voices, by Marie Bohner. Her vision of today's media and the subjects she is passionate about.
9 April 2014
Economic sanctions are often proposed to penalize countries guilty of bad government. But do they actually help bring about good government?
5 April 2014
Wind energy has great potential in France, but many obstacles stand in its way.
Minister of Secondary Education Louis Bapes Bapes was taken into custody last week. His release barely 24 hours later has left more questions than answers.
27 March 2014
Data journalism in West Africa often must work against a lack of data, funds and regulation.
People in Lebanon joined hands to call for an end of racism towards Syrian refugees in their country, writes Joey Ayoub. "Our home is yours," they said.
24 March 2014
Meanwhile, 70 percent of Angolans live on less than two dollars a day.
22 March 2014
Ivory Coast-based news site Koaci.com has uncovered the story of six women in southern Lebanon who were kept slavery-like conditions. Lebanese blogger Joey Ayoub draws attention to their plight.
20 March 2014
Independent television network Al-Atlas TV, known for broadcasting Algerian opposition viewpoints without any restriction or censorship, was shut down by Algerian authorities on March 11.