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He has said that he was committed to a "dialogue between cultures" and would continue to cooperate with African countries, some of whom are demanding the return of artefacts taken during the colonial era.

Meanwhile, Rihanna previously announced her Clara Lionel Foundation is providing $5 million (£4million) in grants to people working against COVID-19 on the frontline and she and Jay-Z followed that up with another $1 million (£818,000) each to fight coronavirus.

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Although a hit with the public, the Quai Branly museum was hugely controversial when it opened 14 years ago both for its architecture and for the way it displayed indigenous art, with some critics calling it "colonialist" and "regressive" for the way it seemed to fetishise indigenous by exhibiting it in cabinets of curiosity style.

Clare MacNamara, chief executive of the Broadband Stakeholder Group - the Government's advisory forum for telecoms policy, said: "It is important for the Broadband Stakeholder Group that the right measures are in place to support UK fibre and gigabit rollout in order for industry to meet the target of nationwide availability by 2025.

"It makes both economic and common sense for firms rolling out gigabit broadband to make use of the infrastructure that already exists across the country," said Matt Warman, Minister for Digital Infrastructure.

Former French president Jacques Chirac, himself a fervent collector of indigenous art, bulldozed the project through by merging two previous collections, despite a fierce rearguard action by some academics.

Both the CLF and Jack gave $2.1 million (£1.7million) each and the money will 'enable the Mayors' Fund for Los Angeles to provide 10 weeks of support for victims of domestic abuse including shelter, meals and counseling for individuals and their children.'

It sounds like paradise, but just two weeks before Mr Brits and Ms Muller were due to move into the magnificent home, Ms Muller was offered a job she couldn't refuse in Brisbane and they relocated there in October 2018.

It connects to a private parking bay with space for three cars, and is completely self-contained which means it has a bathroom, bedroom, cooking facilities and access to the street separate to the rest of the house.

The French minister of the country's far-flung overseas territories, Annick Girardin, was among the first to hail Kasarherou's appointment, tweeting, "It's a first. No other Kanak has ever led a major museum in mainland France. Bravo, much deserved for such a prestigious post."

Stepping stones run across the water onto an outdoor barbecue patio which leads indoors into an open-plan kitchen and living area, fitted with a luxurious marble island, stone benchtops and sleek grey cabinets.

Built in Cottesloe, a beachside Perth suburb roughly 30 minutes drive from the city centre, the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home has a lavish garden straight from the pages of a magazine with an enormous day bed sunk into the ground, mood lighting and a water feature that wraps around the house like a castle moat.

Downstairs, the master bedroom is fitted with a built-in designer bed, walk-in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom, which has a double 'his and hers' shower, free-standing bath and a door leading straight to the garden.

A Kanak from New Caledonia in the Pacific, the expert in Oceanic cultures -- whose treasures form a major part of the museum's collection of indigenous art from Africa, Asia and the Americas -- is a former head of the breathtaking Renzo Piano-designed Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre in the New Caledonian capital Noumea.