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5 Sep 2020
On Inside Stuff this week, Matin Oloja talks about the new Northern faction of the NBA and why this is not the time to divide the house.
23 Jul 2020
On Popsicles this week, Halimat Magaji, fashionista, YouTuber, and social media influencer talks about her career, what life means to her, and the most embarrassing moments with brands she had worked with.
26 Jun 2020
This week, Banlieue Project heads to the northern French city of Roubaix, where we meet local barbers, boxers and entrepreneurs who are part of a youth solidarity movement. All of them come from different backgrounds but share one common vision: less talk and more action geared towards giving back to their community. We speak to the movement's founder, Saher Mehri.

Latest

14 mins ago
As Chancellor Olaf Scholz planned to visit three gulf countries to discuss energy needs, Germany stepped up projects for LNG gas imports.
47 mins ago
The much-discussed decision is here: Germany will keep two of its three remaining nuclear power plants - at least for now. Some want them longer. Either way, the move marks a policy change long considered unthinkable.
51 mins ago
West African political bloc ECOWAS slaps sanctions on the military junta ruling Guinea. Failure to provide a plan for a return to civilian rule has resulted in the junta's assets being frozen, with the threat of more severe sanctions also laid on the table.
1 hour ago
Masih Alinejad comes from Iran but lives in exile. She rose to prominence thanks to her online campaigns 'My Stealthy Freedom' and 'White Wednesdays.' Her protest against Iran's compulsory hijab rule has won her followers from around the world.
1 hour ago
Orcas are frightening sailors and wreaking havoc off the coast of Spain. The killer whales are attacking boats with increasing frequency. Authorities have recorded hundreds of such attacks over the last two years.
1 hour ago
The President of the DR Congo told FRANCE 24 that he wants to launch a "cry of truth" and put an end to hypocrisy by denouncing in the Tribune of the United Nations "the direct military aggression" of Rwanda against his country. Tshisekedi added that he relayed this same message to Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame during a meeting in New York, which was also attended by French President Emmanuel Macron.