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France welcomes “Battle of Little Massive”

"The Battle of the Little Massive Horn", a monumental work by Senegalese artist Ousmane Sow, who died in 2016, is presently at sea on the street between Senegal and France. This group of 35 statues represents the victory of the American Indians in opposition to the USA Military in 1876. After a primary exhibition on the Pont des Arts in Paris in 1999, these gigantic items are banished once more to France…

the massive annual assembly with hip dancers

House dancing, locking, popping or even top rock, it is in front of a full house that the artists compete for these street dances whose figures are exclusively attached standing. A rare space where young people have their place, Jessica, 15, notes: “Standing dance gives us young Madagascans the opportunity to develop and show that we have things to say. That's why I'm very involved in this dance. When I am angry, melancholy or happy, I express it with this art. There are not many places dedicated…

a big party to celebrate the thirty years of zouglou

On Saturday evening, December 12, a big concert was held in Abidjan to celebrate the thirty years of zouglou, Ivorian popular music called "philosophical" and "political", a statement music that was also put in the spotlight. , once is not customary, in the silent universe of the Palais des congrès. as reported from Abidjan,…

the big voters go to the polls for the regional election

In Cameroon, regional elections will be held on Sunday. The big voters must nominate the 90 elected representatives for each of the ten regions, ie a total of 900 advisers. And one of the most important issues in this election is security. On Sunday morning, some major voters have already come to vote, reports our special…

FC Pyramids already in the big leagues

Three years ago, FC Pyramids wanted to shake the hierarchy beyond the Egyptian championship, that is, at the continental football level. Against the Moroccans from the sporting renaissance Berkane in the Confederation Cup final on Sunday 25 October in Rabat, the bet could already be a success. At the Prince Moulay Abdallah…

M5-RFP, big loser of the new government?

Following the announcement on Monday of the transitional government in Mali, the M5 met on Tuesday. While the military has been assigned key positions, the protest movement against IBK does not feel represented. Two days later the message about the Malian government which will lead the transition to the election in a year and a half, and where the soldiers of the CNSP, the junta, which took power on 18 August, arrogant to key positions, the M5-RFP seems to be the big loser of this government. "M5 as an organization is…

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