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Polish foreign minister: Macron's comments on Poland 'were not necessary'

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FOCUS

Rio mired in economic crisis a year after the Olympics

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THE OBSERVERS

The controversial colonial statue in Senegal; and the centuries-old town in Turkey being destroyed by the govt

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BUSINESS DAILY

End of an era: Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy

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IN THE PAPERS

'We aren't ready' for a second vote in Kenya and flip-flopping on climate change

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IN THE PAPERS

Another Hurricane? It's Maria's turn. And, when's your printer going to stop working?

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EYE ON AFRICA

DR Congo: New report says army worked with militias to massacre hundreds in Beni

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MEDIAWATCH

All eyes on Trump and Macron at UN General Assembly

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THE DEBATE

Trump goes to the UN: What role for the United States on the world stage?

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How do artists and writers see the world? We take you to the crossroads where culture meets the news and engages with what's happening in our lives today. From Monday to Friday at 12.15 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2013-06-18

Seeing Africa through children's eyes

It’s Africa as you’ve never seen it before: through the eyes of the children who live there. Dorothy’s Gallery in Paris is hosting a charming exhibition of unusual portraits of African kids from Mauritania to Madagascar, all incorporating the children’s own colourful drawings. Dorothy herself tells us how the artworks help break down boundaries and broaden perspectives.

Also on the show: one of Tito’s secret cold war bunkers in Bosnia reopens as an art centre; and Berlin’s Jewish Museum poses some controversial questions.

 

By Catherine Nicholson

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2017-09-18 culture

Music show: Stacey Kent, Fergie and Van Morrison

Jazz fans are no stranger to Stacey Kent’s effortless, crystal-clear vocals. The multilingual jazz vocalist dropped by the studio to talk about her upcoming album "I Know I...

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2017-09-15 culture

Award-winning photography emerges from the ruins of Mosul

Perpignan’s "Visa Pour L'Image" festival has awarded its top prize to Laurent Van der Stock for his work documenting the battle for Mosul. The photojournalism festival was...

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2017-09-14 culture

'Redoubtable': The love life of revolutionary and influential French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard

The actress who plays Jean-Luc Godard’s wife, Stacy Martin, talks about the iconic director’s impact on the world of cinema. Also on the show, French filmmaker André Téchiné's...

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2017-09-13 culture

Film show: 'Mother!', 'Redoubtable', 'Gifted' and 'Terminator 2'

Film critic Lisa Nesselson tells us why Darren Aronofsky’s latest release merits its exclamatory title. "Mother!" provides us with an apt metaphor for environmental catastrophe...

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2017-09-12 culture

Darren Aronofsky: 'My own mother is like Mother Teresa'

The director of "Black Swan", "Requiem for a Dream" and "The Wrestler" speaks to Eve Jackson about his new apocalyptic film "Mother!" starring Jennifer Lawrence, his interest in...

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