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“It’s not the job of an IOC president to have an easy life”, said Thomas Bach, president of the International Olympic Committee, adding that his task is to "organise the best possible Olympic Games for the atheletes". Bach spoke to FRANCE 24 about the impact that the wars around the world and the current political chaos in France have had on the or…
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Since the creation of the modern Olympic Games in 1896, the competition to be selected as the host city has been fierce. Cities vie with innovation and resources to stand out and attract athletes and spectators from around the globe. Follow our special coverage this week as we bring you a daily focus report on cities that have hosted the Olympics, …
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Cameroon's capital Yaoundé recently held a photographic exhibition paying tribute to famous saxophonist Manu Dibango, who died of Covid in 2020. The exhibition “Soul Makossa Man”, was bought to life by journalist and photographer Samuel Nja'kwa, who moved around with the late artist for about 20 years.…
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In this week's edition of Destination Paris, we focus on Anne Hidalgo taking a dip in the Seine in order to prove its cleanliness ahead of the Games. Wearing a wetsuit and goggles, the mayor of Paris plunged into the river near City Hall. She was joined by Paris 2024 chief Tony Estanguet and the top government official for the Paris region, Marc Gu…
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Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo took a long-awaited dip in the River Seine on Wednesday morning in a bid to prove the water is clean enough to host the outdoor swimming events at the Olympics later this month. A historic scene since swimming in the Seine has been prohibited for almost a century. The Seine had until recently repeatedly failed daily water q…
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We take a look at some of the summer blockbusters filling air-conditioned movie theatres around the globe, as film critic Lisa Nesselson showcases some of the more enticing meteorological, extraterrestrial and fantastical pictures coming to the big screen. Jacque Audiard’s award-winning “Emilia Perez” opens in French cinemas after a warm reception …
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PRESS REVIEW - Tuesday, July 16: As the flame makes its way through the streets of Paris and its surrounding suburbs, we look at how the press gear up for the Olympic Games. Meanwhile, Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo is set to jump into the Seine as part of her promise on cleaning up the river. And: find out how Paris 2024 aims to set a gold medal standar…
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2024 marks the centenary of Meilleur Ouvrier de France, or MOF. It is often referred to as the “Olympics of French artisans,” a grueling competition where only the very best can achieve victory. Some of France’s top chefs, such as Paul Bocuse, have been honored with the award and are entitled to wear the coveted tricolour chef collar. However, chef…
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One month after Emmanuel Macron’s surprise announcement of snap elections, the French Parliament has been elected, but France still needs to find a Prime Minister, with no group holding a majority. Meanwhile, Joe Biden hosted a NATO heads of state meeting, which raised concerns when he confused Kamala Harris with Donald Trump and Volodymyr Zelensky…
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Talking Europe speaks to the head of the centrist Renew group in the European Parliament, Valérie Hayer, who recently led the EU election campaign in France on behalf of President Macron’s political bloc. We dissect the all-important vote on July 18 on Ursula von der Leyen’s potential second term as EU Commission’s president, and what Renew’s expec…
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As Pakistan confronts a series of crippling heatwaves, it is pregnant women and newborns who suffer the most. As a result, its midwives have found themselves on the frontline of climate change. Also, as Saudi Arabia declares rights for women in the country has improved considerably, one activist who promoted gender equality in her social media post…
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After multiple pre-wedding festivities, the son of India’s richest man ties the knot. Mukesh Ambani's youngest son, Anant, married Radhika Merchant in India's financial capital Mumbai. The event draws international stars and raises some eyebrows. On “Access Asia” we ask Time Magazine's journalist Astha Rajvanshi why Mukesh Ambani is going all out t…
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An Australian environmental activist has become the first person to run the entire length of the Seine River, a total of 848km from its source to the sea, in 30 days. Mina Guli set off on this epic journey last month to draw attention to efforts being made to clean up the Seine, and the need for all cities to restore rivers. The 53-year-old complet…
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Following the small fire that broke out on the spire in Rouen’s famous Gothic cathedral, misleading posts have circulated online fuelling claims that the fire was a “religious attack”. Not only did Rouen’s authorities never said this, but the misinformation also surged after a map claiming to show “all church fires in France” went viral. Originally…
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The world’s first AI beauty pageant has crowned a virtual Moroccan lifestyle influencer. But first, Spaniards are being pushed out of the property market as tourism breaks new records in the country. China is building more wind and solar power projects than the rest of the world combined. Plus, the UK economy grew faster than expected in May.…
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There is a paradox that is often forgotten: As the United States’ share of the global economy continues to grow, its tech giants rule the world, its culture reaches the whole planet, even where dictators try to put up firewalls. So is this the best its democracy can do? In these volatile times, citizens in the US have the choice between two aging m…
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In this week’s episode, climb aboard an institution in France: the TGV. The high-speed bullet train is an important part of the French landscape that’s been connecting the far flung parts of the country for over 40 years. The first journey of a TGV was inaugurated by President Francois Mitterrand in September 1981. Not only was it an industrial fea…
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While the tech world has been flying high on a wave of optimism over all the potential applications of AI, booming demand for the technology is increasingly straining energy resources. One simple search on ChatGPT consumes almost 10 times more electricity than one on Google. Charles Pellegrin speaks to Mary de Wysocki, Senior Vice President and Chi…
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Western leaders gather in Washington to celebrate NATO’s 75th anniversary amid growing concern over the Alliance’s future, which could be endangered if former president Donald Trump is re-elected in the upcoming US elections. A Trump victory could also spell the end of US aid for Ukraine. German Marshall Fund Research Fellow Gesine Weber spoke to u…
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Saturday, July 6, 2024: With France set to vote in round two of crucial legislative elections, Alison Sargent is joined by Richard Werly, who covers France and Europe for Swiss paper Blick. He explains the reasoning behind France's electoral silence laws. Since we can't talk politics, we discuss whether Paris is ready for the upcoming Olympics and …
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France has complex election rules that limit each party's airtime during campaign season and require a media blackout over election weekend. The theory is that they guarantee "fairness", while limiting the risk of overexposure. However, it creates an odd situation where journalists have to avoid reporting on the biggest news story in the country at…
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durée : 00:04:43 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - Anohni & The Johnsons est de retour par le biais de deux actus : un nouveau titre et deux concerts à la Philharmonie de Paris après 10 années de disette live pour les fans. Mieux qu'un retour, deux retours.De către France Inter
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durée : 00:04:58 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - Wild God, le 18e album de Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds sortira le 30 août, en partenariat avec France Inter. Pour patienter, le groupe continue de dévoiler quelques-uns des titres qui le composent, comme le nouveau single Frogs.De către France Inter
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durée : 01:28:06 - Les conférences de France Inter - Dans le cadre de la Semaine de la presse et des médias dans l'École, Radio France s'est associée avec le CLEMI (Centre pour l'éducation aux médias et à l'information) pour organiser deux journées au cours desquelles de nombreux élèves sont venus à la rencontre de nos journalistes.…
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