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French Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem speaks with a schoolchild as she visits an elementary school in Blois.
29/10/2015 - France

France unveils bullying hotline for students to clamp down on harassment

France's Education minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem has unveiled new plans to tackle bullying in France, which affects up to 700,000 students every year.
Kosovo series, part 5/5
16/10/2015 - International report

Kosovo series, part 5/5

People from Kosovo make up the third largest group of migrants to apply for asylum in Germany this year - after Syria and Albania.
Students started their Bac with philosophy
17/06/2015 - FRANCE

French Baccalauréat has started with first exam, philosophy

After weeks of preparation, the Baccalauréat exams have begun in France. More than 684,000 students took their seats Wednesday morning to face the first test - philosophy.

French students participate in Gawad Kalinga's efforts to eradicate poverty
08/06/2015 - Spotlight on France

French students participate in Gawad Kalinga's efforts to eradicate poverty

In the Philippines, where a fifth of the population still lives on less than two dollars a day, the hugely successful Filipino non-profit organisation known as Gawad Kalinga has set itself the goal ...

African press review 16 April 2015

The South African press is embarrassed by a wave of xenophobic attacks against foreigners in the country.


African press review 15 April 2015

Prayers, processions and protests for Nigeria's Chibok girls, as President-elect Muhammadu Buhari lays out his agenda to fight Boko Haram terrorism and militancy in a high profile New York Times ...

African press review 14 April 2015

The Nigerian press marks a day of remembrance for the missing Chibok girls, one year after their abduction from their boarding school by Boko Haram.

African press review 13 April 2015

The Nigerian press is in a race against time as gubernatorial election results spring surprises in key states, with the president-elect's party poised for a massive win.
A crowd gathers in Garissa to see the bodies of the attackers exhibited by the authorities on 4 April
05/04/2015 - Kenya

Not enough police in Garissa because it’s a 'punishment zone': analyst

The Kenyan government was hit by accusations from mainstream media after the Daily Nation newspaper revealed that the security detail in Nairobi did not arrive in Garissa until some 11 hours after ...
03/04/2015 - Kenya

Kenyan security questioned in wake of Garissa university attack

Kenyan security forces could have done more to prevent the Garissa attack which left 147 students dead, the head of the teachers’ union in Garissa told RFI on Friday.