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Tiegoum Boubeye Maiga (Malian journalist): “For Modibo, that

Sixty years ago, on March 18, 1962, the Evian Agreement was signed between representatives of the French Government and those of the Provisional Government of Algeria (GPRA). The text defined the conditions for Algeria's independence and put an end to almost eight years of decolonization war. A conflict that had consequences in neighboring countries, especially in Mali, where then-President Modibo Keïta had supported the Algerian national liberation front. Our guest is the Malian journalist Tiegoum Boubeye Maïga.

From where I am: The incredible story of the Ivorian comedian

Clentélex is a 23-year-old Ivorian who has overcome obstacles. He grew up in a poor neighborhood of Abidjan. Unlike many of his contemporaries drawn to violence and crime, Clentélex used comedy as his weapon of choice. He won his native country's top comedy prize, an award that allowed him to perform at the prestigious Montreux Comedy Festival in Switzerland. Noémie Mayaudon and Jean-Charles Guichard tell us her incredible story in this documentary.

“Hi Grandpa, how was Algeria?”

On March 19, 1962, the Evian Treaty put an end to the war in Algeria, leaving many wounds open. 60 years after this war that has never really said its name: "war of liberation", "civil war", "events" ... how to free the word and calm these wounded memories? A group of young people, who are said to be of the 3rd generation, contributed to it. "Tell Grandpa, how was Algeria", a good report by Éric Chaurin. Directed by: Olivier Roux. (Repeat)

In search of the missing from the Algerian war

Sixty years ago, the Evian Agreement was signed by representatives of the French Government and those of GPRA, the Provisional Government of the Algerian Republic. The next day, the ceasefire was established, eight years after the start of the war, and the…

Nigeria: Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti, a proud and helpless Yoruba

Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti was Nigeria's first feminist figure in the first half of the 20th century. As a political leader, she stood up against the injustices against women in her region before working for her country's independence. Married to a teacher and Anglican pastor, Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti freed himself from the conventions of the time. She becomes a public figure while raising her four children,…

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