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10 Oct
The UK offered to host on behalf of the Ukrainian winners Kalush Orchestra, whose country has been invaded by Russia. The band supported the choice, adding that they knew Liverpool would honor their homeland.
10 Oct
The Nobel prize in literature has been awarded to Annie Ernaux “for the courage and clinical acuity with which she uncovers the roots, estrangements and collective restraints of personal memory”.
9 Oct
When someone can offer over $40 billion for Twitter, bridges are nearly dismantled to move megayachts and the rich keep getting richer, a group of philosophers says something is wrong. A look at economic limitarianism.
9 Oct
Kunle Adewale uses art therapy to help patients in Lagos hospitals recover. He uses music, painting, and dance to treat psychological disorders and promote mental health and believes that creative expression can foster healing and mental well-being.
9 Oct
From Balmain's "music festival" runway show featuring iconic pop star Cher, to all eyes on the collection of Jean-Paul Gaultier's protégé Victor Weinsanto, FRANCE 24's Jennifer Ben Brahim brings us the highlights from Paris Fashion Week's spring/summer 2023 collections.
9 Oct
World champion Magnus Carlsen has called cheating "an existential threat to the game," in comments following his withdrawal from one competition and sudden resignation in another when playing an American teenager.
9 Oct
France is bustling with classical music events this autumn. Paris's Opéra Bastille is performing Mozart's timeless "The Magic Flute", with Franco-Italian conductor Antonello Manacorda at its helm. He stopped by the FRANCE 24 studios to tell us more about how the themes of this Singspiel still apply in 2022.
8 Oct
The Staatsballett Berlin is known for its love of experimentation. It set up flash mobs at Berlin's main station or danced at the famous Berghain club. Now it has taken to the water with "From Berlin with love."
8 Oct
In October last year, Alec Baldwin fatally shot cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Her family sued the Hollywood actor and producers, claiming it wasn't necessary to use a real gun while filming.
8 Oct
Film critic Lisa Nesselson tells us more about the 33rd edition of the Dinard Film Festival, in which all three prizes went to the same movie: "Emily", a new take on Emily Brontë. But first, we look at a video of leading French actresses cutting their hair in a show of solidarity with Iranian women, who have been protesting over the death in custody of Mahsa Amini.
8 Oct
Kunle Adewale uses art therapy to help patients in Lagos hospitals recover. He uses music, painting, and dance to treat psychological disorders and promote mental health and believes that creative expression can foster healing and mental well-being.
8 Oct
A work by Nazi painter Adolf Ziegler hangs in Munich's Pinakothek museum, and German artist Georg Baselitz says it should be removed. Ziegler persecuted Jewish and "degenerate" artists under Hitler.

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African leaders said they would try to alleviate cyclic food insecurity on the continent back in 2003. It's time they got on with it, and they can use Western money to do so, writes DW’s George Okach.
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Rising gas and oil prices have plunged Europe into its worst energy crisis in decades. France has been hit hard, but perhaps not for the reasons you would expect. Nuclear and hydroelectric power, the country's main sources of electricity, are both running out of steam. Has the French energy mix hit a breaking point? We take a closer look in this edition of Down to Earth.
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Rights groups and a prominent cleric have warned of a military crackdown in the Kurdish city, following intense protests there. Meanwhile, Iran arrested two actresses, and its football captain spoke up at the World Cup.
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Malaysia has been beset by political instability over the past couple of years, while the economy is struggling to recover from the COVID pandemic-induced slowdown.
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Russia continued strikes on Ukrainian gas and electricity infrastructure. Meanwhile, the president of France told Asian business leaders that the conflict is "your problem" too.
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The Nord Stream 2 pipeline was damaged in a series of explosions in September, a prosecutor in Sweden said, adding explosives remains were found on the damaged pipeline.