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'Never again': Florida school students become new face of US gun reform

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Quel Pied! Martin Fourcade skis to gold medal victory by 'inch of his foot'

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South Africa's Ramaphosa hails 'new dawn' in state of the nation address

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A controversial Chinese New Year

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New Beginning? Ramaphosa Replaces Zuma in South Africa

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On the green slopes: An eco-friendly revolution in French ski resorts?

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The Élysée palace, France's presidential powerhouse

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Is the aviation industry free-riding on climate change efforts?

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The revival of the Ethiopia-Djibouti railway line

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Latest update : 2011-09-12

Standing up for human rights through art

Meet the duo that went from kebab-making to art-making; Finnish artists Kalle Hamm and Dzamil Kamanger are here to discuss their new exhibition "Pizzeria Babylon". We also take a look at the U2 ‘rockumentary’ which opened the Toronto film festival and find out how art changed after September the 11th.

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2018-02-16 culture

Portrait of a (First) Lady: The Obamas unveil new paintings

Barack and Michelle Obama were at America's National Portrait Gallery to present two new additions to the collection, painted by Amy Sherald and Kehinde Wiley. The presidential...

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2018-02-15 culture

Robert Olen Butler: Still haunted by the Vietnam War

Fifty years ago he returned from the Vietnam War. Twenty-five years ago he won the Pulitzer Prize for his stories of Vietnamese immigrants in America. Through his 16 novels...

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2018-02-14 culture

Film show: 'Phantom Thread', 'Finding Phong' and 'The Apparition'

From what's said to be Daniel Day-Lewis' last film to a movie that led to Vietnam changing its law on transgender identity, Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s...

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2018-02-13 culture

Belle and Sebastian try to 'Solve Our Human Problems' with new music

Belle and Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch speaks to Eve Jackson about being inspired by Buddhism for their new EP trilogy "How to Solve Our Human Problems", how the band changed from...

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2018-02-12 culture

Music show: Elise LeGrow, Dita Von Teese & the 'Black Panther' soundtrack

She’s the Canadian singer-songwriter captivating music lovers with her velvety voice and modern take on the sounds of yesteryear. Elise LeGrow pays tribute to the iconic Chicago...

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