The Shift-Interview with Youssef Gaigi, co-founder of "tunisia-live.net".
Youssef Gaigi, co-founder of "tunisia-live.net", is talking about the problems offering independent and verified information about what is going on in today's Tunisia.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she hopes the debate about gay marriage will become a “matter of conscience.” The comments could open the door for a parliamentary vote.
Angela Merkel has said she wants same-sex marriage to become a "decision of conscience," not a party-political issue in Germany. The feature-length interview was supposed to show the chancellor's more private side.
The German chancellor has rejected calls from her sister party to limit the number of refugees entering Germany. In a wide-ranging interview she defended the G20 summit in Hamburg and spending on infrastructure.
New York's top prosecutor has announced a civil rights probe into The Weinstein Co. following allegations of sexual assault against its co-founder. Prosecutors have requested the studio's harassment complaint records.
Washington Post reporter Souad Mekhennet writes on Islamist terrorism. She’s travelled extensively and met some of the world's most wanted men. She tries to explain what motivates them, as well as to mediate between the West and the Muslim world.
Young South African jazz musicians are raising their voices against corruption and oppression. They want to free the country of the trauma of apartheid.
Cape Town’s Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art (Mocaa), which opened in September, is the largest institution of its kind on the continent. It gives Africans a major platform to present their art where it was created.
Thousands of social media users have been breaking the silence around the culture of sexual abuse, with international versions of the #MeToo hashtag going one step further. Here are some of the celebrities who reacted.
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