Pan-African festival opens in Burkina Faso’s capital months after being delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Arts and Culture
The artwork dubbed Love is in the Bin sold at auction for more than 1,750 percent than it sold for just three years ago.
Irish author turns down bid by publishing company Modan to translate, Beautiful World, Where Are You, into Hebrew.
The role Britain’s anti-slavery mission played in looting African art. And the campaign to get it returned.
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Many Tanzanians acknowledge recognition of Gurnah’s work but others question whether they can claim author as their own.
Meenakshi Amma, 78, has been a driving force in the revival of kalaripayattu in India.
Sharif, who was battling cardiac ailments, passed away in Germany, officials confirm.
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Studios are banking on No Time to Die to pull in the crowds after prolonged pandemic shutdown.
As conflict eases, Libya hopes tourists can be tempted to visit the ancient Roman city of Leptis Magna.
This year’s edition marked the comeback of the Buenos Aires Tango Festival and World Cup after 2020’s online version.
It is believed that the tablet was looted from an Iraqi museum in 1990 and introduced into the United States in 2007.