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Cyril Ramaphosa elected ANC leader in close-run vote

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Baywatch star battles for dogs' rights

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The fight for the ANC: South Africa's future in the balance?

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British musician Tricky on legacy, family and death

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Russian businessman says 2018 presidential election a 'democratic process'

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Video: Refugee teachers find work in Germany after training course

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Europe's 'soft power': EU Commissioner Tibor Navracsics on European identity

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Goodbye to tax havens? New EU blacklist under the microscope

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Triumph for French women's handball team: All hail 'The Fighters'

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Latest update : 2012-02-29

The Cranberries are back...with roses!

After ten years out of the limelight, 1990s rock sensation The Cranberries are back - they chat to Eve Jackson in the studio. Meanwhile, one of the world's most iconic paintings, Picasso's "Guernica", undergoes a medical check. And the king of the Oscars, Frenchman Jean Dujardin, strays far from "The Artist" with his new risqué comedy on adultery.

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2017-12-18 culture

British musician Tricky on legacy, family and death

British rapper Tricky takes arguably his most radical step on "Ununiform". After more than two decades of music, the trip hop pioneer's thirteenth studio album is a journey into...

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2017-12-15 culture

Rhiannon Giddens strikes out on her 'Freedom Highway'

The blues, country and folk singer is going back to her classical roots for a set of concerts with the Breton Symphony Orchestra here in France. The multi-instrumentalist and...

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2017-12-14 culture

Photographer Sebastião Salgado takes a seat in France's academy of fine arts

He's spent years photographing gold mines, oil fields and genocide, following the world's poor and forgotten people and more recently the planet's last undamaged places. The...

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2017-12-13 culture

Film show: 'Star Wars, The Last Jedi'

"A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away..." there was a film critic called Lisa Nesselson who was NOT a fan of the Star Wars franchise. Listen to her review of "Star Wars: The...

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2017-12-12 culture

Paris, the capital of street art?

If you were asked to name Europe's street art capital, you might lean towards Berlin or even London. But could it be Paris's turn to wear the urban culture crown? L'Aerosol is...

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