Dozens feared dead after passenger boat sinks in Colombia

Rocking back and forth as crew members desperately tried to keep the vessel afloat. The tourist boat was carrying more than 150 passengers when it got into difficulty in a reservoir in Guat-a-pay in north-western Colombia.

Rocking back and forth as crew members desperately tried to keep the vessel afloat. The tourist boat was carrying more than 150 passengers when it got into difficulty in a reservoir in Guat-a-pay in north-western Colombia.

Video: Paris restaurants open kitchens to refugee chefs

Restaurants in 13 European cities are inviting chefs who have fled their home countries to share their culture and culinary expertise in the second edition of the Refugee Food Festival between June 15 and 29.

Restaurants in 13 European cities are inviting chefs who have fled their home countries to share their culture and culinary expertise in the second edition of the Refugee Food Festival between June 15 and 29.

London returns to normal in wake of terror attack

After the weekend attack, London headed back to work on Monday. There’s certainly a lingering sense of shock in the British capital, but true to form, Londoners are refusing to give in to fear and despondency.

After the weekend attack, London headed back to work on Monday. There's certainly a lingering sense of shock in the British capital, but true to form, Londoners are refusing to give in to fear and despondency.

Fears US set to pull out of Paris climate deal

There’s been no announcement, but White House officials say the decision has all but been made: that the US president will pull his country out of the international agreement to combat climate change.

There's been no announcement, but White House officials say the decision has all but been made:
that the US president will pull his country out of the international agreement to combat climate change.

UK party leaders clash in pre-election TV grilling

This hasn’t been a normal election campaign in the United Kingdom, and Monday’s night election debate wasn’t a normal one either.

This hasn't been a normal election campaign in the United Kingdom, and Monday's night election debate wasn't a normal one either.

Thousands gather as Pope canonises Fatima shepherds

Pope Francis gave the Catholic Church two of its youngest saints on Saturday, canonising shepherd siblings believed to have seen the Madonna 100 years ago in a Portuguese town that is now a major pilgrimage site.

Pope Francis gave the Catholic Church two of its youngest saints on Saturday, canonising shepherd siblings believed to have seen the Madonna 100 years ago in a Portuguese town that is now a major pilgrimage site.

Macron and Le Pen clash in fierce final TV debate

The debate climax of this twist-after-twist French presidential campaign was loud, fast, personal, riven with inaccuracies and thin on substance — and the candidate likeliest to become France’s next president, Emmanuel Macron, won the day.

The debate climax of this twist-after-twist French presidential campaign was loud, fast, personal, riven with inaccuracies and thin on substance -- and the candidate likeliest to become France’s next president, Emmanuel Macron, won the day.

Macron says will “rebuild France” at May Day rally

French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron held a May Day rally in northeastern Paris Monday, presenting himself as a candidate of unity and progress against far-right rival Marine Le Pen.

French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron held a May Day rally in northeastern Paris Monday, presenting himself as a candidate of unity and progress against far-right rival Marine Le Pen.

Ecuador heads to the polls … and decides fate of Assange

Ecuadorans headed to the polls Sunday in a presidential runoff that will turn the page on a decade under leftist Rafael Correa and decide whether the nation follows Latin America’s rightward shift.

Ecuadorans headed to the polls Sunday in a presidential runoff that will turn the page on a decade under leftist Rafael Correa and decide whether the nation follows Latin America's rightward shift.

French Guiana protesters reject France’s €1 billion aid offer

A protest group that has led two weeks of general strikes in French Guiana has dismissed France’s offer of €1 billion to tackle persistent social problems as “unsatisfactory” and is instead demanding a “new status” for the overseas territory.

A protest group that has led two weeks of general strikes in French Guiana has dismissed France's offer of €1 billion to tackle persistent social problems as “unsatisfactory” and is instead demanding a "new status" for the overseas territory.

Burma’s Suu Kyi government faces by-election test

Burma goes to the polls on Saturday for the first time since Aung San Suu Kyi’s party swept to power a year ago, in an early indication of views on her leadership amid increased fighting with armed ethnic groups and slower economic growth.

Burma goes to the polls on Saturday for the first time since Aung San Suu Kyi’s party swept to power a year ago, in an early indication of views on her leadership amid increased fighting with armed ethnic groups and slower economic growth.

Inside a gold factory in Uganda

FRANCE 24 reports from a gold factory in Uganda, the only refinery in East Africa to produce gold of this purity.

FRANCE 24 reports from a gold factory in Uganda, the only refinery in East Africa to produce gold of this purity.

Rugby helping youths in football-mad Cameroon

FRANCE 24 reports on how rugby academies set up by former French international Serge Betsen are helping children in his native Cameroon.

FRANCE 24 reports on how rugby academies set up by former French international Serge Betsen are helping children in his native Cameroon.

Marine Le Pen loses EU immunity

French presidential candidate Marine le Pen is in hot water again with the EU Parliament. This time it involves her spreading images of brutal Islamic state group executions on her twitter account back in 2015.

French presidential candidate Marine le Pen is in hot water again with the EU Parliament. This time it involves her spreading images of brutal Islamic state group executions on her twitter account back in 2015.

Samsung heir indicted on bribery charges

The heir to the Samsung empire and four other top executives from the world’s biggest smartphone maker were indicted Tuesday on multiple charges including bribery and embezzlement, South Korean prosecutors said.

The heir to the Samsung empire and four other top executives from the world's biggest smartphone maker were indicted Tuesday on multiple charges including bribery and embezzlement, South Korean prosecutors said.

New chairperson elected to lead the US Democratic National Committee

In the US, the Democrats have chosen a former member of the Obama cabinet as their new leader. Tom Perez will chair the Democratic National Committee as it prepares for midterm elections next year.

In the US, the Democrats have chosen a former member of the Obama cabinet as their new leader. Tom Perez will chair the Democratic National Committee as it prepares for midterm elections next year.

Huppert’s “Elle” wins top prize at France’s César awards

Paris rolled out the red carpet for the Césars, the French equivalent of the Oscars. There was much glitz and glamour at Friday’s ceremony, with A-list actor George Clooney bringing his star power to the French capital.

Paris rolled out the red carpet for the Césars, the French equivalent of the Oscars. There was much glitz and glamour at Friday's ceremony, with A-list actor George Clooney bringing his star power to the French capital.