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6 Nov
Our series on Europe's most beautiful cities continues with the capital of the Netherlands. Here is a guide to some insider tips and a list of what not to miss in Amsterdam.
6 Nov
Climate change is no laughing matter, but these artists are exploring dark ideas in meaningful and humorous ways.
6 Nov
After the Covid-19 pandemic put many international art fairs on hold, the French capital is now host to several major events displaying contemporary pieces from around the globe. Art Basel has spread its wings beyond Miami and Hong Kong to create the first edition of "Paris +", staged at the Grand Palais Éphémère. We hear from its director about the specificity of the French gallery scene.
6 Nov
The artist was famous for his use of black and was an icon of post-World War II European abstract art.
5 Nov
Lyzza started DJing around Amsterdam when she was a teenager, just a few years after she and her mother moved from their native Brazil to the Netherlands. After making a name for herself across Europe's finest clubs, she reconnected with her motherland though her new mixtape "Mosquito", which has just been released on Ninja Tunes. She popped by FRANCE 24's studios to tell Marjorie Hache more about it.
2 Nov
The Bollywood icon, who turns 57 on November 2, has a vast Indian and global fanbase. DW's Brenda Haas finds that his charm both onscreen and off plays a big role.
30 Oct
Photojournalist Fabiola Ferrero was born in Caracas in 1991 and grew up hearing stories about Venezuela's glory days. Two decades later, she's one of the millions who have left her home country amid economic and political crisis.
30 Oct
From the Lumière Brothers to the New Wave, cinema in France has long been a source of national pride and a favourite pastime. But the French film industry is in a multifaceted crisis. Movie theatres simply aren't drawing the crowds they used to.
30 Oct
Natural methods of cleaning the teeth and mouth have existed for years in Africa. Although modern method of oral health is gaining prominence, rural communities still rely on toothbrushes made from trees while using substances like salt and ash. But how safe are these substances for cleaning the teeth and mouth?
30 Oct
Among the damaged objects were Egyptian statues, images of Greek gods, sarcophagi, and the frames of 19th-century European paintings. Contrary to initial reports, the vandalism did not directly affect paintings.
30 Oct
The Indonesian ruangrupa curatorial collective came under fire through the antisemitism scandal at Germany's documenta art show. Two of its members are now visiting professors at a Hamburg university.
30 Oct
African painted dogs are classified as an endangered species. Right now there are only about 7,000 of them left on the continent. In Zimbabwe, a non-profit is reaching out to communities and hopes to protect the canines.

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