"Did you mislead the public?" Trump's defense against Woodward tapes...
After it came to light that U.S. President Trump knew of the deadly nature of COVID-19 in early February of 2020, he now faces questions of why he publicly 'downplayed' the pandemic.
Trump was taped telling Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward that he knew coronavirus was "deadly stuff" and that the virus was "five times more deadly than the flu". Hear what Trump now has to say.
Ahead of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on November 25, we bring you a special documentary on the scourge of domestic violence. Every year in France, more than 220,000 women are victims of violence inflicted by a partner or ex-partner. This abuse usually takes place behind closed doors and takes many forms: beatings, rapes, sexual mutilations, kidnappings. Tragically, last year saw more than 150 femicides. FRANCE 24's Mélina Huet followed four women - a policewoman, a lawyer, a gynaecologist and an activist - who are trying to change the status quo. It's not easy to start your own business, especially when you're from the projects. This week we meet Moussa, who created an association aimed at helping youth from the French suburbs create their own companies. Among them are Emmanuel and Seiba, two successful new business owners. They tell us their stories. In the final question of the 2020 presidential debate between President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, the candidates were asked to imagine their inauguration day and what they would say to a person who didn't vote for them. Here are their responses. Moments ago, President Trump left his presser, ignoring reporters yelling, "When will you admit you lost the election, sir?"