Senegalese Mohamed Mbougar Sarr wins first French literary prize


In tonight’s edition: World leaders pledge to further support the continent, a continent that has contributed the least to climate change but is bearing the brunt of rising temperatures and environmental disasters. And the oldest and most prestigious literary prize in France is won for the first time by a writer from sub-Saharan Africa. The Senegalese Mohamed Mbougar Sarr impressed the judges with his novel “The most secret memory of man”. .

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