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6 Feb
Clashes between students from Bogazici University and Turkish police show no sign of abating. Many students have been arrested, while the interior minister has lashed out with homophobic hate speech over an artwork.
1 Sep 2020
Sacha Jafri, a British artist, has taken over the ballroom of a luxury hotel in Dubai to produce the largest painting ever created on canvas. The 1,980-square-meter (over 21,000 square feet) artwork will be cut into separate panels, which the painter is auctioning off in the hope of raising $30 million for charity.
9 May 2020
Thursday, May 7: We look at the German papers as the country prepares to enter the next stage of reviving its society and economy. Also, could llamas be key to finding a coronavirus cure? Finally, street artist Banksy pays tribute to British health workers in his latest artwork, which has appeared on a hospital corridor wall.

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