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Making sense of the world, one story at a time. Host Malika Bilal and journalists from Al Jazeera's international bureaus and beyond share their take on the most important stories every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
 
Stacy Washington is a Christian, wife, mom, radio host and political commentator. Stacy is the host of Stacy on the Right on SiriusXM the Patriot Channel 125 airing week nights from 9p to midnight EST. Stacy is an Ambassador for the America First Policy Institute and served as Co-Chair of Black Voices For Trump during the 2020 presidential campaign. Stacy is also Co-Chair of the Project 21 National Advisory Council of the National Center for Public Policy Research. Stacy is an Emmy Nominated ...
 
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The Samaritans are a tiny ethnic-religious community dating back almost 3,000 years – and they are a population in crisis. But perhaps not for long. Marriage agencies in Ukraine have arranged for more than a dozen women to marry into the Samaritan community in Palestine.Many Samaritans live in a mountain village near Nablus in the occupied West Ban…
 
He’s a leading academic at the University of Oxford. His expertise is in times gone by. Both students and other lecturers say his drunken and abusive behaviour is also a throwback and has no place in the modern world. *Please note some listeners may find these accounts upsetting.By Al Jazeera Podcasts
 
Hungary joined the European Union in 2004. It was one of eight nations in central and eastern Europe that agreed to be governed under EU laws.But in recent years, Brussels and Budapest have not seen eye to eye. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban says his policies are based on conservative Christian, patriotic values. Meanwhile, many in the EU an…
 
Gary Sheffield Jr is a Contributor to Outkick the Coverage and son of former MLB Star Gary Sheffield Sr. He joins us to discuss the ridiculous cancel culture aberration impacting sports figures such as Kyrie Irving, who is now sidelined for refusing to take the covid shot. This program is underwritten by the Alliance for Shared Health. Check out ho…
 
Despite being celebrated as heroes of the pandemic, healthcare workers are burnt out, with many quitting their jobs after two years of non-stop working. The WHO says up to 180,000 of them have died from COVID-19. So, what should be done to ensure they get the help they need? Join host Mohammed Jamjoom. With guests: Howard Catton - Chief Executive O…
 
As fighting erupts across an old frontline in Beirut, Al Jazeera’s senior correspondent Lebanon Zeina Khodr shares here experiences reporting on a country mired in multiple crisis. In this episode: Zeina Khodr (@ZeinaKhodrAljaz), Al Jazeera’s senior correspondent in Lebanon Connect with The Take: Twitter (@AJTheTake), Instagram (@ajthetake) and Fac…
 
Matt explains his newsletter, "Everything Happens at the Margins: Marginally Compelling is a newsletter about data, curiosity, and grace. It’s an off-shoot of my twitter account @politicalmath. I’ve grown tired that twitter has become such a poor place for thoughtful conversation and complex topics, I’ve found that the newsletter is a much better p…
 
A senate investigation says Brazil's president should be charged with "crimes against humanity" for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. But will Jair Bolsonaro face justice in a country so politically divided? Join host Mohammed Jamjoom. With guests: Gustavo Ribeiro - Founder, The Brazilian Report. Joao Nunes - Senior Lecturer in Internationa…
 
India is the world’s largest sugar producer and, each year, one million workers harvest the sugarcane fields.Families travel far from home to live in rough camps by the fields, where they work long days under the hot sun, with only one day off a month.But a strange phenomenon is appearing among the female workers; they complain of severe abdominal …
 
A gang in Haiti has kidnapped 17 American and Canadian missionaries, and is now demanding millions in ransom – the latest example of the increasing chaos in one of the world's poorest countries. So, will international aid be needed, again, to return it to stability? Join host Mohammed Jamjoom. Guests: Eugenia Charles - Executive Director, Fondasyon…
 
In Tucson, Arizona, Jazmine Willock was murdered by her partner in 2018. He was prohibited from having a firearm because of a prior domestic violence conviction, but he carried one anyway.In Jacksonville, Florida in 2017, Ashlee Rucker’s boyfriend killed her and seriously injured her sister, Lisa, using a gun. As a convicted felon, he should never …
 
Muammar Gaddafi’s death shocked the world – and 10 years later, the instability the former leader’s death unleashed in Libya has yet to end. Many thought the family’s hold over Libya was done, but one of Gaddafi’s sons is trying to overcome his past – and his ICC charges – to maneuver for power. He could even be a contender in December’s upcoming e…
 
Grateful for truth tellers like Dr. Young who joins me to chat about covid19 treatments and protocols! This program is underwritten by the Alliance for Shared Health. Check out how you can cut your health insurance premiums by 40-60% by joining a health sharing alliance. ASH is that option!! Learn more... Download our latest PDF Guide at: GUIDE: Ta…
 
The tense relationship between Russia and NATO has hit its lowest point since the end of the Cold War. Moscow is breaking ties with the alliance after accusations of spying. So, is Russia on a collision course with NATO? Join host Hashem Ahelbarra. Guests: Dmitry Babich - Political Analyst at Rossiya Sevodnya. Theresa Fallon - Director of the Centr…
 
In March 2020, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte imposed a strict lockdown in the capital, Manila, and surrounding areas.For Lito, his family, and millions of other urban slum dwellers across the city, a hard lockdown means no work. No work means no food. Hungry citizens take to the streets in protest.The president orders the police and military…
 
He’s a famous professor at Oxford in the UK, one of the world’s most prestigious universities. But across three decades and three institutions, women have described him as a sexual predator. During a two-year investigation, Al Jazeera’s I-Unit uncovers systematic failures inside the walls of academia that have only served to protect their lecturers…
 
Sudan's transition to democracy appears to be failing. Protesters want the army to take over but others say the only way forward is for civilians to run the country. Is there a way out of the crisis? Join host Peter Dobbie. Guests: Mubarak Ardol - Chair of the Political Bureau for the Democratic Alliance for Social Justice. Waleed Madibo - Presiden…
 
Increasingly, droughts, floods, and hurricanes are becoming a reason for people to leave their homes and even their countries. Last year, nearly half of the population in Honduras was affected by hurricanes. But the concept of climate refugees is not yet legally recognized by international law. So what’s left for migrants who are losing their jobs …
 
For the first time in 85 years, the Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to two journalists. What does this tell us about the state of global journalism?Contributors:Rana Ayyub - JournalistAgnes Callamard - Secretary General, Amnesty InternationalJulie Posetti - Global director of research, International Center for JournalistsIlya Yablokov - Lecturer…
 
For the first time in 85 years, the Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to two journalists. What does this tell us about the state of global journalism?Contributors:Rana Ayyub - JournalistAgnes Callamard - Secretary General, Amnesty InternationalJulie Posetti - Global director of research, International Center for JournalistsIlya Yablokov - Lecturer…
 
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