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16 Jan
FRANCE 24 and the InfoMigrants website bring you an exclusive animated documentary on the story of Muhamad and Amina, two migrants who met while being detained in a secret prison in Libya. The couple survived their ordeal, fell in love and later managed to escape to Europe.
15 Jan
Steven Spielberg won the top honors at the awards with his film "The Fabelmans." However, many actors like Tom Cruise and Zendaya continued to boycott the gala.
15 Jan
On January 14, the 71st edition of the Miss Universe beauty pageant was held in New Orleans, Louisiana. On the catwalk, 86 candidates from all countries of the world will seek to be the successor of Miss Universe 2021, Harnaaz Kaur Sandhu.
15 Jan
Tikhon Dzyadko, former editor-in-chief of TV Rain, tells Laila Harrak that the station hopes to re-start broadcasting within a month so that Russians can find the news on the Ukraine war they want.
14 Jan
Legend has it that in 1963, France's Vanoise National Park was created to save the last endangered Alpine ibex. With 107 peaks of over 3,000 metres or more, the park in the heart of France's Savoie region attracts thousands of hikers each year in search of fresh air and the great outdoors. In this intact nature reserve, locals have developed alternatives to the usual winter sports. From snowshoeing to discover wildlife, to dog sledding for a unique adventure and even diving into a frozen lake, there's something for everyone!
13 Jan
Prince William and Kate make first appearance since release of Harry's book.
12 Jan
In an interview with Big Boy, 50 Cent apologized to Megan Thee Stallion for making fun of her 2020 shooting incident with Tory Lanez. In 2020, 50 Cent shared memes on social media which showed Stallion and Lanez as characters in Boyz in the Hood and the Austin Powers franchise.
12 Jan
The Duke of Sussex's memoir, ghostwritten by journalist J.R. Moehringer, is expected to touch on his fraught relationship with Buckingham Palace and allegations of racism. But will the royals comment?
10 Jan
In any case, being in good shape will make sex not only easier, but also more enjoyable for both parties. There's scientific evidence that exercising on a regular basis can improve sexual function and that men who exercise more often are less likely to suffer from sexual dysfunction.
7 Jan
The Gabriels trio strikes just the right chord with a mix of soul, big band sound, pop, and Jacob Lusk’s angelic voice. Arts.21 asks the singer how he found his way to gospel.
7 Jan
Rammstein's singer has been shaping the sound of German metal music for decades. The rock star has been flirting with controversy for decades. Now a statue for his 60th birthday has been stolen.
7 Jan
Fans of "1899" want to know why Netflix cancelled the critically-acclaimed show after just one season.

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US President Joe Biden pledged to continue rebuilding the economy and uniting the nation during a speech before a divided Congress. Republicans heckled the president, booing his remarks at points during the address.