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29 May 2017
With a click of her blue bob wig, Marie Parie walks the Cannes red carpet looking for fame.
29 May 2017
Several hundred people attend a concert by top Brazilian musicians in Rio de Janeiro in the latest protest demanding the resignation of President Michel Temer and calling for new elections.
29 May 2017
Sofia Coppola and Joaquin Phoenix get top honours at the Cannes Film Festival, winning 'Best Director' and 'Best Actor' respectively.
28 May 2017
Gregg Allman, whose soulful vocals made the Allman Brothers Band one of rock's top acts in the 1970s in a career that also was marred by tragedy and drug abuse, died on Saturday at the age of 69.
26 May 2017
Star of new movie 'Good Time' says he managed to maintain anonymity while shooting the film in New York.
25 May 2017
The jury that will decide whether to convict or acquit comedian Bill Cosby at his upcoming sexual assault trial in the Philadelphia area is likely to be chosen on Wednesday, even as the defence says prosecutors are trying to exclude black people from the panel.
24 May 2017
British actor Roger Moore, best known for his role playing secret agent 007, has died aged 89.
22 May 2017
Model Naomi Campbell and a host of other celebrities took to the catwalk for the 'Fashion for Relief' charity event in aid of Save the Children in Cannes.
22 May 2017
Drake showed off his trophies at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday (May 21).
21 May 2017
Actor Terry Notary monkeys around on Cannes red carpet for 'The Square', a Palme d'Or contender.
20 May 2017
International superstar Rihanna walks the red carpet wearing a stunning white creation, as she arrives for the screening of the film 'Okja' at the 70th edition of the Cannes Film Festival. She is joined by international movie stars and fashion models.
19 May 2017
Stars of the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie talk piracy at the film's premiere in Los Angeles. Saskia O'Donoghue reports.

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39 mins ago
German academic Adrian Zenz tells DW how new documents show that speeches made by Chinese President Xi Jinping and other top leaders link the government to the crackdown on Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
1 hour ago
Turkey's Finance Minister, Lutfi Elvan, has resigned amid another plunge in the value of the country's currency, the lira. He is being replaced by his deputy, Nureddin Nebati, who supports President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's controversial economic policies. The lira has lost almost half of its value this year as Erdogan has pushed for low interest rates, despite rising inflation. Also today, we look at how some French parents are choosing to rent toys for their children, instead of buying new ones.
1 hour ago
Fighting continues in Ethiopia, where rebel groups are advancing on the capital Addis Ababa. While much has been said about the northern front, where the army is at war with the Tigray Defense Forces (TDF), another armed group – allied to Tigrayans – is fighting from the south and west of the country. The Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) now controls a large swathe of territory. Together, the TDF and OLA plan to topple the government and take over the capital. The government accuses these rebel groups of committing crimes against civilians, including several massacres. Our regional correspondent reports.
2 hours ago
The EU Commission on Wednesday (1 December) unveiled its plan to invest €300bn by 2027 in global infrastructure in digital and climate projects - as an alternative to China's Belt and Road initiative.
2 hours ago
The Supreme Court appeared set to put limits on abortion rights in the United States by upholding one state's law banning the procedure after 15 weeks. Protesters from both sides of the issue rallied at the top court.
4 hours ago
Authorities in Nigeria reject the conclusions of an independent report that found that security forces were behind the death of 11 people at an anti-police brutality protest last year. Also, South Africa's president calls for solidarity between countries in the face of travel bans following the discovery of the Omicron variant. And on World AIDS Day we take you to Kenya, where the prevalence of HIV has fallen drastically in the past two decades, but the fight against new infections remains a daily battle.