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The war in Ivory Coast not only caused destruction and division, it also produced beautiful things. Like this song, My Ivory Coast, performed by Dobet Gnahoré and Manou Gallo.
It is exactly 85 years ago that Ernesto Guevara, better known as Che Guevara or simply as el Che, was born, on 14 May 1928, in the Argentinian city of Rosario.
Many young Dutch Muslims are attracted to the fundamentalist Salafi movement. Anthropologist Ineke Roex has been researching the attitudes of the movement’s followers to democracy.
China’s mainstream TV channels are prudish about sex, thanks to official censorship. But this doesn’t mean sex isn’t talked about – just that the discussion goes online!
Today, 3 May, is World Press Freedom Day, and this year the UN-led campaign is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
SHE magazine is filled with women's stories. It's written and edited by women. And it's made in South Sudan. In this video, we meet the journalists who make it happen.
On Tuesday, April 30, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands abdicated in favour of her son, Prince Willem-Alexander.
The city of Amsterdam has set aside six areas for demonstrations on April 30th, when the new Dutch king Willem-Alexander will be inaugurated.
It's a Friday afternoon and Baraa Shaiban (28), Somaia Al Hosam (30) and Khaled Obali (37) have a day off. We meet at Coffee Corner, their usual hang-out during and after Yemen’s uprising.