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11 Mar 2017
Thai contestant Jiratchaya Sirimongkolnawin is crowned Miss International Queen 2016 at a contest billed as the world's largest and most popular transgender pageant.
11 Mar 2017
The rapper arrives for a pre-trial conference for her misdemeanour assault and attempted case.
11 Mar 2017
American actor John Goodman, known for 90s television series "Roseanne", indie film "The Big Lebowski" in 1998 and currently starring in "Kong: Skull Island", unveils his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
11 Mar 2017
Representative Hakeem Jeffries, who represents Brooklyn, honoured The Notorious B.I.G. on his 20th death anniversary Thursday night.
11 Mar 2017
Film buffs with the hottest ticket in town were left running for safety after a giant model of King Kong went up in flames at the sizzling Vietnam premiere of the rebooted horror classic.
10 Mar 2017
The son of the late boxing icon Muhammad Ali, who claims he was detained by US officials last month because he is Muslim, joins Democrats in their fight against President Donald Trump's immigration policies.
9 Mar 2017
Actors Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson attend the Los Angeles premiere of 'Kong: Skull Island.'
9 Mar 2017
Actress Scarlett Johansson has officially filed for divorce after first announcing her split from husband, Romain Dauriac, last summer.
9 Mar 2017
The Harry Potter studio previews the new "Forbidden Forest" extension, which is set to open March 31 near London and will allow visitors to get up close and personal with characters such as Aragog the spider and Buck the hippogriffe.
8 Mar 2017
Esther Mahlangu was one of the first to start painting traditional Ndebele designs in bright acrylics on canvas. Now 81, the South African artist has no intention of slowing down, helping to preserve and promote her culture around the world.
7 Mar 2017
UK pop singer George Michael died of natural causes, according to a coroner's probe.
4 Mar 2017
Tens of thousands of tattoo aficionados are expected to gather to celebrate their favourite art form at the World Tattoo Fair in Paris.

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1 hour ago
In Israel, the number of gang-related murders is soaring in the Israeli Arab community. A record 128 Israeli Arabs were killed in gang-related violence within their own community last year, including women and children caught in the crossfire. The victims' families accuse the police of inaction, while the government has promised to do more. Our correspondents Gwendoline Debono and Irris Makler report from Qalansuwa, a town in the country's centre, where criminals have formed a state within a state.
1 hour ago
French unions are staging a major nationwide strike Thursday, with more than 170 protests calling for salary hikes to deal with the rising cost of living. Rail workers, teachers and other professions are pressuring the government just months ahead of presidential elections.
2 hours ago
France is considered one of the top destinations in the world for winter sports, known as "les sports d'hiver". They're a major part of the country’s tourism industry. Ski culture goes beyond the slopes, and like many things in France, it also involves a lot of food. But has skiing become too expensive? And how can resorts cope with climate change? In this episode of French Connections Plus, Florence Villeminot and Genie Godula slalom the ins and outs of the white gold that is French skiing.
2 hours ago
We focus on Poland after the death of a pregnant woman who was denied an abortion despite losing her twins. Her death has sparked anger over the country's draconian anti-abortion laws. Also, the Australian Open will host an all-Aussie men's doubles final for the first time in 40 years. Finally, Beijing Winter Olympics organisers warn against hugs and handshakes in a bid to promote social distancing at the upcoming Game
3 hours ago
President Joe Biden cast a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine in stark historical terms Tuesday, saying, “it would be the largest invasion since World War II.”
3 hours ago
Since taking control of Afghanistan in August 2021, the Taliban have been trying to project a more moderate image to the rest of the world. They claim to have changed, in a bid to obtain financial aid and international recognition. However, this stance does not seem to match reality on the ground, where Sharia law is progressively edging its way into Afghans' everyday lives. Yet some business owners and women are trying to oppose the new rules. Our France 2 colleagues report, with FRANCE 24's Jennie Shin.