Bernice Albertine King is the youngest daughter of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. She is today the CEO of The King Center. FRANCE 24 went to meet her to talk about her father's struggle and the march on Washington 60 years ago, during which Martin Luther King delivered his famous "I have a dream" speech.
Mehdi Yarrahi's latest song demanded that headscarves be made optional for women in Iran. An earlier song of his was a soundtrack to the 2022 protests over the death of Jina Mahsa Amini.
Life along the Seine: Diving into one of the world's most romantic rivers. The Seine is literally the center of life in Paris, flowing right through the heart of the capital. Considered one of the most romantic rivers in the world, the Seine is overflowing with history and is a great way to discover the city of light.
Ife Olowu is leading the AR revolution in Nigeria - through his art. The artist from Lagos has been able to curve a niche for himself through the effective application of digital technology to his works, with most of his paintings fetching up $10,000 each.
Tennis great Serena Williams has given birth to her second child, a girl named Adira River Ohanian, and along with husband Alexis Ohanian welcomed the new arrival in social media posts on Tuesday.
London's Metropolitan police said they would take no further action following their investigation into The Prince's Trust. Media reports had suggested a Saudi businessman was offered honors in return for donations.
Authorities in Ethiopia have initiated a crackdown on the LGBTQ+ community. Rights activists have branded it a diversionary tactic in the wake of renewed violence across the country.
Madonna turns 65. The pop icon is known for reinventing herself repeatedly. Is that why she's so obsessed with plastic surgery?
Drake is featured twice on DJ Khaled's upcoming LP 'Til Next Time'.
Mozambican photographer Yassmin Forte, whose contemporary artwork gained her a Contemporary African Photography (CAP) Prize, is using the win to highlight the country’s colonial past through her family history.
Margot Robbie is poised to earn an impressive payday from her involvement in the 'Barbie' film. The Australian actress not only played the lead role but also produced the movie through her production company, LuckyChap Entertainment. According to Variety, Robbie is set to make around $50 million in salary and box office bonuses.