Lagos Fashion Week 2018 - Adama Paris
Adama Amanda Ndiaye is a Senegalese fashion designer. She also goes by the name Adama Paris, which is also the name of the label she owns and operates. Her pieces, which are manufactured in Morocco, can be found internationally, including in New York City, Tokyo, London and Paris. She is credited with starting Black Fashion Week.
Lagos Fashion Week 2018 - Elie Kuame
Elie Kuame: Paris-based Lebanese and Côte d'Ivoire designer is known for his feminine and elegant pieces. At this year’s Heineken Fashion Week, he tells us about his collection and who an Elie Kuame woman is.
Paris fan zone goes wild at final whistle as France wins World Cup
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Rubbish piling up in France's illegal landfills
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Violence against trangender women in Indonesia, and more
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What remains of multicultural France that won 1998 World Cup?
Night of July 12, 1998, That’s when France was crowned the winner of the football World Cup, after beating Brazil 3-0. After the final, 1.5 million people flocked to the Champs-Élysées avenue in Paris to celebrate the victory. “Les Bleus”, a team made up of black, white and North African players, symbolised multicultural France.
Libyan parliament speaker slams 'outside interference' in country
Rival Libyan factions met in Paris this week for talks, where they agreed to hold parliamentary and presidential elections on December 10.