Abhijeet Banerjee’s irreverent new cookbook draws on both his culinary instincts and his academic insights. from: BBC News
The activist and her partner Asser Malik celebrate a nikkah ceremony with family in Birmingham. from: BBC News
Watch the moment South African author Damon Galgut won the Booker Prize for fiction for The Promise.
South African author Damon Galgut wins the prestigious literary award at the third attempt. from: BBC News
The novelist, shortlisted for two of his previous books, received one of the world’s most prestigious literary awards for his cutting depiction of a white family in post-apartheid South Africa. From: New York Times
Somali film The Gravedigger’s Wife focuses on the lengths people go to save a loved one. from: BBC News
The first Earthshot Prize ceremony is being held in London, with five winners set to get £1m each. from: BBC News
Dmitri A. Muratov, a new laureate, engages with the Kremlin, while Aleksei A. Navalny, the most high-profile Putin critic, resists all compromise. The Kremlin capitalizes on the fault line. From: New York Times
The prestigious Riba Stirling Prize for architecture is won by a Kingston University London complex.
from: BBC News An image of a bursting cloud of eggs and sperm as groupers mate in the Pacific is the judges’ pick.
Journalist Maria Ressa was the only woman to win a Nobel Prize this year, and just the 58th in history. from: BBC News
David Card, Joshua D Angrist and Guido W Imbens share the prestigious economics prize. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Dmitry Muratov dedicates the Nobel Peace Prize to Russian journalists killed in the line of duty.
Rappler, the news site co-founded by the new Nobel laureate Maria Ressa, dares to criticize the Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte. He may yet see it shut down. From: New York Times
Manila – “This is the first Nobel Prize ever awarded to a Filipino citizen. The fact that it is awarded to a woman and a brilliant journalist, Maria Ressa, distinguished for her professionalism in the current political situation in the Philippines, can only help Filipinos who love democracy proud and full of hope”, said to… Leggi tutto »
While many Russians cheered the support for independent journalism, allies of the opposition leader Aleksei Navalny expressed disappointment at what they considered a “compromise” choice. From: New York Times
Supporters of the jailed Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny say he should have won the Nobel Peace Prize. The Russian journalist who won, Dmitri A. Muratov, agrees. From: New York Times
BBC journalists who know Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov share their experiences of working with them. from: BBC News
In an era of increasing authoritarianism and swirling misinformation, Maria Ressa and Dmitri A. Muratov, who lead independent news outlets in the Philippines and Russia, were honored for their work to hold leaders to account. From: New York Times
Around the world, journalists find themselves under growing pressure. An estimated 274 journalists were imprisoned for their work in 2020, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists. From: New York Times