Protests against COVID-19 restrictions, some of them turning violent, rocked Europe over the weekend. Also, Sudan's top military commander reinstates Abdulla Hamdok, but as interim prime minister, until new elections are held. And, two of 17 missionaries kidnapped in October have been released in Haiti.
A pair of whimbrels had survived a hurricane and had nearly completed their lengthy, 3,000 mile migration when they were shot from the sky by hunters in the Caribbean country of Guadeloupe.
For today's Global Hit ï¿½ a visit to the French territory of Guadeloupe where Carnival season is still going strong and artist and singer Francois Ladrezeau wants to remind his countrymen of their musical roots.
Jacob Fenston reports on a Paris high school that is offering classes in the Creole French spoken in the Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique. This is a first for France.
The island of Guadeloupe is the answer to our Geo Quiz. It's also where the lead singer of the Paul Carlon Octet is from. The group's sound combines classic jazz and Afro-Latin sounds.