Francis Kéré: World Class Architecture, mudbrick by mudbrick | Art and culture

From: Talk to Al Jazeera Africa’s first Pritzker Prize-winning architect discusses his journey from rural Burkina Faso to global recognition. Francis Kéré spent much of his childhood foraging for food and water in his rural community in Burkina Faso. He was born in 1965 and grew up without clean water or electricity. Still, he was … Read more

What awaits Kenya after hard-fought elections? | TV shows

On Friday, August 12 at 19:30 GMT:Authorities in Kenya count millions of votes cast in general elections that will decide who will become the country’s next president. The top two candidates to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta are Vice President William Ruto and opposition leader Raila Odinga – who has Kenyatta’s public support after a much-discussed … Read more

#JusticeForAlika: What will it take to end racism in Italy? | TV shows

On Thursday, August 11 at 19:30 GMT:On July 29, Alika Ogorchukwu – a 39-year-old husband and father – was beaten to death on the street of a busy Italian seaside town in the afternoon while witnesses and bystanders filmed the attack. A long time resident of ItalyNigerian and disabled, Ogorchukwu was attacked by a man … Read more

In Season 4 of TLC’s ‘sMothered’: ‘We Do Everything Naked’

Oh, mom! TLC’s hit reality series “sMothered”, co-produced with The Post, is back with more sculpted eyebrow-raising antics. The fourth season of the hit reality series, which explores too close mother-daughter relationships, will premiere Monday at 10 p.m. Several couples from previous seasons return, including like-minded Florida girls Cher and Dawn, Nevada bathing-sharing Sunhe and … Read more

China’s Mortgage Boycott: Could the Real Estate Market Crumble? | Business and Economy

From: Counting the costs Chinese home buyers are refusing to pay mortgages on properties they have bought because developers can’t finish them. Real estate is one of the biggest drivers of economic growth in China, accounting for a third of the country’s $18 trillion gross domestic product (GDP). Not only the wider economy depends on … Read more

Is the world edging towards an ‘accidental’ nuclear war? | TV Shows

from: Inside Story UK National Security Adviser warns of warfare due to communication breakdown between the West, Russia and China. The West could accidentally stumble into a nuclear war with Russia or China, according to the United Kingdom’s national security advisor Stephen Lovegrove. He says communication channels between the West and its rivals have collapsed, … Read more