France owes a debt to French Polynesia over nuclear tests, says MacronParis carried out 193 nuclear tests in French Polynesia between 1966 and 1996 as part of its nuclear weapons development programme.
Macron promises transparency over French Polynesia nuclear tests
Macron in French Polynesia: France owes former colony 'a debt' over nuclear tests
Emmanuel Macron is welcomed with garlands of flowers and seashells on Manihi IslandFrench President Emmanuel Macron meets with residents on Manihi island in French Polynesia.
He was garlanded with flowers and seashells as he stepped off a boat to be greeted by local officials
GPS Web Extra: King Abdullah on AfghanistanAs the U.S. wraps up its troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, Jordan’s ruler reflects on NATO’s twenty-year-long war effort there.
On GPS: Gen. Petraeus on Afghanistan withdrawalThe former commander of NATO troops in Afghanistan tells Fareed why he opposes the Biden administration’s decision to pull troops out of the country.
U.S., Germany vow united front on China, RussiaPresident Joe Biden and outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday vowed to work together to defend against Russian aggression and stand up to anti-democratic actions by China. Gavino Garay reports.
See inside Afghanistan's 'deserted' Bagram Airfield after US withdrawalCNN’s Anna Coren goes inside Bagram Airfield to capture scenes of abandonment as Afghan forces pick up the pieces following the withdrawal of US and NATO troops after nearly two decades of war.
Afghanistan: Taliban captures territory as NATO withdrawal continuesThe Taliban has captured more territory in Afghanistan in recent days from fleeing Afghan forces, as NATO troops continue to pull out of the country.