Michel Denis, ExoMars Flight Operations Director, describes how Schiaparelli crashed at high speed on the surface of Mars.
Passengers and staff were told to leave London City Airport after reports of a chemical incident.
This week, Matteo Renzi hosted as guest of honor at Obama's last state dinner as president, Theresa May delivers first speech at European Council, trade talks collapse between Canada and the Belgian region of Wallonia, Philippine president announces his military and economic "separation"
This week, Iraqi led forces launch an offensive to liberate the city of Mosul. Donal Trump claims the presidential elections could be rigged.
Crowds of supporters brandishing balloons and banners chant "Calais kids are welcome here" as 21 children from the Calais jungle camp stepped off the bus on to British soil.The latest group of refugee children to arrive from the Calais Jungle were kept hidden behind a screen to protect them
US actress Shailene Woodley was arrested in North Dakota while protesting against the construction of an oil pipeline.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says she wants Britain to be able 'to trade freely in goods and services in Europe' after leaving the European Union.
A group of unaccompanied teenagers who have been living in the Calais "Jungle" arrive in Britain to be reunited with relatives, ahead of the demolition of the French migrant camp.
Suffolk Constabulary has released the last confirmed sighting of Corrie McKeague on CCTV in Brentgovel Street in Bury St Edmunds at 3.25am on Saturday 24 September 2016.
Nintendo has revealed its next video games platform, the Switch, which combines both a console and a handheld system for the first time. The console will enable players to detach the joystick and buttons and attach them to a smaller screen to create a handheld and mobile gaming device.
Actor John Alford urges action against 'unscrupulous journalists' after Mazher Mahmood is sentenced to 15 months in prison. He speaks on behalf of Mahmoods multiple victims.The 44-year-old actor, who found fame in Grange Hill, read a statement on behalf of Mazher Mahmood's alleged victims
A 19-year-old man has been arrested under the Terrorism Act after a suspicious device was found on a Tube train.The suspect was seized in the street on Friday in an armed operation in Holloway Road, north London.The Metropolitan Police said a Taser was discharged during the arrest but no shots were fired
A convoy of Russian warships heading for the Mediterranean is sailing down the English Channel - "marked every inch of the way" by the Royal Navy and others.
Cosplayers donned their best superhero attire on Friday as the 2016 Comic Con opened in Paris, giving them a chance to stock up on fan merchandise, comics and meet actors and working professionals from their favourite films and series.
Video of Russian warships travelling through the English Channel. Close shots of planes on Russian aircraft carrier. Royal Navy vessels monitored Russian warships as they began to move through the English Channel en route to a suspected bolstering of the bombing campaign against the besieged Syrian city
Islamic State group fighters may be preparing to use civilians as human shields, or simply kill them, rather than let them be liberated in an Iraqi offensive to retake Mosul, according to the UN.
In this edition we revisit a little-known period in the history of France and Cameroon. In the 1950s and 1960s, the French army fought alongside Cameroonian government forces against members of the leftist UPC movement, which it labelled as "rebels". FRANCE 24 spoke to a crucial witness from
South Africa announces that it is withdrawing from the International Criminal Court, dealing a major blow to a troubled institution set up to try the world's worst crimes.
European football leagues suspend an accord with UEFA in protest at reforms to the Champions League which give greater power to major clubs.
Senegalese-American hip-hop star Akon visits Liberia to endorse a plan to outsource primary education to a US company. He was also there as part of his initiative to use solar energy to bring electricity to millions households in Africa.
Theresa May addresses the press at her first European Council meeting and runs through some of the points on the agenda including Brexit and Syria.
Cher is back on the road next year for a series of US performances, saying that, at 70, she "can't imagine not working".
A day after Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte declared his "separation" from the United States, as he rebalances his country's diplomacy towards China, thousands of Filipino minorities held a protest in Manila in support of their leader's foreign policy and calling for an end to
As Western-backed Iraqi and Kurdish forces battle to retake the northern city of Mosul from the Islamic State group, Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari spoke to FRANCE 24 about the ongoing offensive. He warned that IS group fighters may try to hide among the inhabitants fleeing the city. He also