Cannes 2019: Shahrbanoo Sadat shows the other side of Afghanistan

Afghan director Shahrbanoo Sadat was first at the Cannes Film Festival with a short film she made for $100 when she was 21. Since then, she’s won the directors’ fortnight main prize with her debut feature “Wolf and Sheep”. She’s back in the same section with “The Orphanage”. She speaks to Eve Jackson about being a female director in Kabul, why Bollywood is a huge part of her film and how she became a filmmaker by accident.

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Bannon’s boosting of Le Pen will cost her, regulators rule

Former Trump strategist Steve Bannon’s public praise of politician Marine Le Pen must be counted as air time for her National Rally party under rules mandating equal coverage of candidates on television and radio during election campaigns in France.

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PSG chief Al-Khelaifi charged with corruption over Qatar world athletics championships

Paris Saint-Germain chief Nasser Al-Khelaifi was on Thursday charged with corruption over the bidding process for this year’s world athletics championships in Doha, judicial sources said.

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Youth thinking about jobs as India votes

With India facing its worst unemployment crisis since the 1970s, jobs are major concern for voters, especially the youth.

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The Europe Report: Sink or swim? Danes eye rising sea levels

Rising seas, flood-prone land – these are clear and present fears for Denmark’s coastal communities. In today’s FRANCE 24 Europe Tour, our team visits the low-lying country, almost entirely surrounded by water, to find out how residents are preparing for their role on the frontline of global warming.

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