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"Flying coffins" in Ivory Coast and a rich Maltese couple rescuing migrants

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Jokowi: 'A new hope' for Indonesia

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Christophe de Margerie, a jovial and strategic boss

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Exiled family returns to Somaliland

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Whose boots on the ground? Turkey wary of Syrian Kurds (part 2)

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Whose boots on the ground? Turkey wary of Syrian Kurds

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Latest update : 2011-10-19

How women are changing India

We look at the role of the fairer sex in the world's fastest-growing democracy as Eve Jackson talks to the curator and feminist writer, Urvashi Butalia, about a new Paris photography exhibition, "Women Changing India". Plus, we experience a different, modern view of the artist Edvard Munch at an exhibition at Paris' Pompidou centre. Finally, the quiet Beatle has never spoken so loudly in Martin Scorsese’s new documentary about George Harrison.

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2014-10-20 Soul

Tony Allen: Putting the 'beat' in Afrobeat

He's been described as "perhaps the best drummer to have lived" by Brian Eno. Tony Allen is the man who gave Fela Kuti his signature swing.

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2014-10-17 culture

Quincy Jones on Michael Jackson and his love of France

Producer and composer Quincy Jones is the legend of legends. He has 27 Grammy awards, which is more than anyone alive. As a child, he ran with gangsters; as a man, he recorded...

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2014-10-16 culture

Lucinda Childs: The grande dame of American dance

She's a pioneer of post-modern movement and is credited for changing how we view dance. Lucinda Childs' production "Dance" was first seen over 30 years ago, but now it’s back on...

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2014-10-15 culture

Film Show: 'The Intouchables' directors bring us 'Samba'

In Encore's weekly film show Eve Jackson brings us the week's top releases starting with French social comedy, "Samba". It's the latest offering from the directors of "The...

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2014-10-14 culture

Helen Fielding talks Bridget Jones

Helen Fielding talks to FRANCE 24 about making feminists furious and her latest Bridget Jones novel “Mad About the Boy” in which Mr Darcy has been killed off and Bridget has...

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