By Bluestar Entertainment
05 January 2016 | 12:11 pm
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Hungary's parliament approved two anti-corruption reforms to unlock funding from the European Union. The EU has long-expressed rule of law and graft concerns about the illiberal government of Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
24 Oct 2022
Kee-Yoon Kim was once a serious lawyer working for a top law firm. She later dropped it all to become a stand-up comedian and was met with rave reviews. She has once again decided to change career and is now set to release her first EP, "Palli Palli", which is filled with dark humour and cheeky French chanson.
26 Nov 2022
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.
22 Dec 2022
The 2022 FIFA World Cup champions, Argentina, received the biggest monetary award in the history of the competition. Argentina were awarded $42 million for winning the tournament, while runners-up France received $30 million.
The super-rich have more money than they could ever spend. But how can society compel them to give up their excessive wealth? Billionaires counter that they work hard, create jobs and make big donations.
The US announced that it will allow the first transfer of a Russian oligarch's confiscated funds to Ukraine. In the meantime, Germany says it has evidence of over 100 war crimes in Ukraine.
Germany took in more than 1.2 million refugees in 2022. Ahead of a policy summit in Berlin, DW looks at how this has impacted different towns in very different ways.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has also added South Africa and Nigeria to its "grey list," a move that can be devastating to a nation's economy.
Lt. Gen. Alfons Mais says the €100 billion committed by the government last year is insufficient. Meanwhile, an association representing soldiers says the Bundeswehr turnaround needs to speed up.
The war in Ukraine is proving expensive, even in Germany, where the government has to save money and decide what is more important: International security or social welfare?
After getting a law degree, Michael Sengazi began to dabble in theatre and ultimately decided to ditch his future career as a lawyer to become a stand-up comedian. While his parents were initially a bit upset about seeing their law school investment used to tell jokes, he eventually won them over – along with all of Burundi.
Joel Embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers has been named the NBA's most valuable player for the 2022-23 season. However, he won’t be getting any additional prize money for winning the award. The lack of money isn’t an issue for NBA MVP winners, as many have been among the highest-paid players in the league.
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The largest corruption scandal in Southeast Asia's history has shaken Vietnam's anti-graft drive. Experts have warned that the country's economic stability may be at stake.
6 hours ago
Talking Europe hosts Pascal Canfin, the chair of the environment committee at the European Parliament. He is a former French government minister and a former director of the French branch of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). We take a look at what is coming out of the COP28 climate summit in Dubai, and at the state of the EU's green transition.
6 hours ago
The United States has the highest maternal mortality rate among industrialised countries. Our reporters head to Louisiana where Black women are four times more likely to die from pregnancy or childbirth complications than White women. Also #MeToo finally reaches Taiwan where a growing number of women have been speaking out about their experiences working with sexual predators.
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As fighting resumes between Israel and Hamas after a one-week truce, FRANCE 24 speaks to Philippe Lazzarini, Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA). He said he was "deeply concerned" at the looming prospect of Israel's offensive moving to the south of the Gaza Strip.
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Impala Platinum has halted operations at its Rustenberg complex in South Africa after 11 workers were killed and 75 injured.
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The EU is "very concerned" that Niger's military leaders revoked an EU-backed law criminalizing migration. But residents of Niger's ancient crossroad town of Agadez are overjoyed about the move.
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