Literary critic Augustin Trapenard presents three detective novels, all written by women. Fela Kuti, founder of Afrobeat, holds a strong legacy through his children. Finally, children find an interest in art through colorful interaction.
An exclusive interview with Zoya Phan, a Burmese refugee whose father was killed by the Junta, explains the difficulties she faces campaigning, particularly in Burma where she takes her life into her own hands when challenging the regime.
Our literary critic, Augustin Trapenard, presents two romance novels reflecting how far one can go with their desires. Great efforts are made in Argentina to preserve its tango heritage and the slam poetry championships are held near Paris.
Frenchwoman Florence Hartmann, a former spokesperson for the UN's war crimes court for the former Yugoslavia, goes on trial for disclosing classified information in a book published in 2007. If found guilty, she risks seven years in jail.
To commemorate the 80th anniversary of Anne Frank's birth, an Amsterdam museum will display the original diaries that made the Jewish girl, killed at the age of 13 in a Nazi extermination camp, a household name.
Director Terry Gilliam will try again to adapt "Don Quixote" for the screen. His first attempt to make a movie of the classic book in 2000 became one of the most well-known failures in the movie industry and was depicted in a documentary.