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17 Sep
As the UK mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II, we delve into the finances of the British monarchy and what could change. With assets from castles and sporting grounds to jewels and art, the Royal Family is estimated to have more than €20 billion in personal wealth. Does the monarchy costs more to British taxpayers than it brings in?
17 Sep
It's almost as if David Bowie has come back to life to narrate the movie "Moonage Daydream", a vivid collage of the music, art and ideas that make up his extraordinary legacy. US filmmaker Brett Morgen spent years sifting through endless audio and film archives and the result is an innovative, sensorial portrait of a man with many faces.
16 Sep
The German director took home the prestigious Japanese prize that's been dubbed the "Nobel Prize of the Arts." A look back at his influential career.
16 Sep
For a country that so famously chopped off the head of its own king, many people in France are enchanted by the British monarchy. This fascination was particularly visible when Queen Elizabeth II passed away last week. On top of the official expression of condolences by French President Emmanuel Macron, many ordinary French people were upset by the passing of the monarch. For many, the queen was a symbol of Franco-British friendship and the Entente cordiale.
16 Sep
French art historians have estimated that some 90% of Africa's looted cultural heritage is believed to be in Europe. Germany has signed an agreement to transfer ownership to Nigeria of the Benin Bronzes, among Africa's most culturally significant artefacts, looted in the 19th century.
15 Sep
France has lost "a national treasure," said French President Emmanuel Macron. Godard was one of the most influential film directors and was often credited with revolutionizing cinema.
15 Sep
The Île de Batz (Breton: Enez Vaz) is an island off Roscoff in Brittany, France. Administratively, it is a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany in north-western France.
14 Sep
The kinetic, experimental style of films like "Breathless" and "Pierrot le Fou" saw Jean-Luc Godard crowned among the leading lights of the French New Wave. Following the Franco-Swiss filmmaker's death at 91, Lisa Nesselson tells us how Godard's formal innovations revolutionised European cinema, bringing Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean Seberg, Anna Karina and even the streets of 1960s Paris to a global audience.
14 Sep
Amazon Prime dropped its highly anticipated "Lords of the Rings" prequel this month, the most expensive TV show ever made. Our TV critic Dheepthika Laurent looks at the reviews. But first, we discuss this year's Emmy Awards, where "Succession" and "Ted Lasso" took home the top prizes. Plus, we bring you a glimpse of "Atlanta", "The Good Fight" and season 5 of "The Handmaid's Tale".
12 Sep
Moscow's war in Ukraine has left EU countries debating whether to also sanction ordinary Russians. After Finland announced plans to let far fewer Russian tourists into the country, DW visited a small Finnish border town to gauge the mood.
12 Sep
Changing the film industry requires more than just seeing minorities in front of the camera. It also means that should be more diversity behind the camera, in script development, and in production.
12 Sep
In Iran, homosexuality is punishable by death – and in Iranian communities abroad, LGBTQ people can still suffer rejection by their families and social isolation. Support groups in Southern California are trying to change that.

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Airports in several West and Central African countries were affected as air traffic controllers held a strike to demand improved working conditions.
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The latest move by the Liz Truss' government aims to help London's financial sector, but many decry the new policy amid the cost-of-living crisis.
1 hour ago
Niger's President Mohamed Bazoum granted an interview to FRANCE 24's Marc Perelman and RFI's Christophe Boisbouvier on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York. Bazoum expressed concern about the worsening security situation in Mali and the jihadist threat hanging over the Malian town of Ménaka in the wake of France's military withdrawal.
1 hour ago
A court in the state of Arizona has upheld a century-old ban on abortions. In response, the White House said it would continue to press Congress to codify the right to abortion recently overturned at the Supreme Court.
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In Germany, gas prices are going through the roof, and consumers are getting very worried. Policymakers have different ideas on the right response.
1 day ago
Earlier this week, the United Nations General Assembly opened with a warning from the UN Secretary General that we are in a "suicidal war against nature". The European Union’s leaders have made it clear that they want the bloc to be a champion for climate.