Idagio aims to meet classical music demand
09 June 2019 | 6:00 am
Bloomberg's Benedikt Kammel discusses Berlin-based tech startup Adagio, which aims to be a music streaming service for classical music fans.
12 Mar 2021
Service Chiefs visit Oyo Governor, CDS assures Nigerians of peace, security
22 Mar 2021
Samuel Strouk is a vagabond composer and instrumentalist. Classically trained, he is constantly forging new horizons and creating new musical landscapes. He has just released a new album called “Nouveaux Mondes” (New Worlds) where he blends the rigour of classical music with the wild improvisation of jazz. Strouk speaks to FRANCE 24’s Florence Villeminot about his new opus, as well his new musical streaming service, Music iN, which aims to put artists first. We also take a look at new releases by tUnE-yArDs, Xiu Xiu and First Aid Kit.
27 Mar 2021
Many music lovers in Africa still download their favorite tunes illegally. Now, online streaming platforms such as Spotify are becoming more popular. This could help artists secure their incomes. But challenges remain.
25 Mar 2021
Nigeria Customs service hands over casefile of vessel carrying cocaine to NDLEA
29 Mar 2021
A jury will hear the opening arguments Monday in the trial of a former police officer facing a number of charges into the death of Black man George Floyd.
19 Apr 2021
Russian dissident Alexei Navalny has been moved from his prison to a hospital for convicts, officials say. EU foreign ministers are meeting to discuss the Kremlin critic's health, saying they hold Russia responsible.
21 Apr 2021
The Nigerian Shippers Council and Maritime Workers Union have warned port service providers to desist from regulatory resistance.
28 Apr 2021
National agriculture quarantine service seizes, razes 67M Worth of hiding in Nigeria.
15 May 2021
Colonial Pipeline on Monday afternoon said it aimed to "substantially" restore service on its system, which provides around 45% of refined fuel needs to the U.S. East Coast, by the end of the week after suffering a ransomware attack that forced it to shut down its pipeline over the weekend to contain the threat.
31 May 2021
Denmark's complicity in the NSA spying scandal against German politicians has been revealed in a joint European media investigation.
4 Jun 2021
Only users in Canada and Australia can currently sign up for the extra features — but there's still no edit button.
13 Jun 2021
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Inflation in the eurozone reached 10% in September, the highest it has ever been in the history of the common European currency.
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Against the backdrop of far-right Italian politician Giorgia Meloni's election win, a video circulating heavily on social media claims that anti-EU demonstrators ripped down the EU flag outside the bloc's Rome headquarters. But all is not as it seems. We also debunk photographs from a Meloni campaign rally that are plagued by Photoshop accusations.Join us for this edition of Truth or Fake with Vedika Bahl.
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As the world struggles to overcome the huge problems of today, it would do well to turn towards indigenous peoples for solutions. That's the message from Julian Brave NoiseCat, a writer, journalist and advocate for indigenous peoples.
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The last section of the Humboldt Forum, a new museum in Berlin, is opening to the public. The museum's east wing houses collections of the Museum of Asian Art and the Ethnological Museum. Famous Benin bronzes are on display there before their restitution.