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Obama cheallenges Ethiopia on human rights

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"Busted!"

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Cultural centre in ruins months after Charlie Hebdo riots

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THE DEBATE

Erdogan’s Gamble: Turkey targets both ‘Islamic State’ group and Kurds in Iraq (part 2)

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THE DEBATE

Erdogan’s Gamble: Turkey targets both ‘Islamic State’ group and Kurds in Iraq (part 1)

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The sounds of summer 2015

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IN THE PAPERS

Turkey must distinguish between IS group and the PKK, says Washington

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IN THE PAPERS

'I would never trample on the Yellow Jersey'

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EYE ON AFRICA

Barack Obama lands in Nairobi for two-day visit amid tight security

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War and Art

It’s been depicted in countless films, its story retold in many novels and the pain and suffering it caused continues to resonate in song lyrics. As the world marks 100 years since the start of World War I, we take a look at what role art played and the cultural legacies that were born of the warfare.

By Jade BARKER

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2015-07-27 culture

The sounds of summer 2015

From Pharrell Williams' latest catchy number to the end of Janet Jackson's seven-year silence via some French festival fun, FRANCE 24's music critic Mariam Saab joins Eve Jackson...

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2015-07-24 culture

Behind the lens at France’s Arles photography festival

With vintage Vegas, the leaning Tower of Pizza and long-lost colour film of Fellini's "8 ½", we take you to the south of France for the Arles photography festival. Among the 250...

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2015-07-23 culture

Paris’ twist on the global phenomenon of hip-hop

As Paris’ biggest ever hip-hop exhibition comes to an end, it’s your last chance to see how the Arab World Institute traces the history of the phenomenon from its birth in the...

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2015-07-22 culture

Film show: 'Woman in Gold', 'Difret' and 'I'm Dead But I Have Friends'

Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s film releases, including "Woman in Gold" starring Helen Mirren as a Jewish woman in search of lost art, the...

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2015-07-21 culture

Hope Boykin: Alvin Ailey's dancers continue to break boundaries

Dancer and choreographer Hope Boykin speaks to Eve Jackson about being part of the world's most famous black arts company, dancing to break boundaries and the love between the...

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