Brazil's airports not yet ready for World Cup

Thousands of tourists are set to descend on Brazil in June, yet many of country's airports are running behind schedule.

    Thousands of tourists will head to Brazil for June's World Cup and more than a million Brazilian football fans will criss-cross the country to watch matches.

    However, with the clock counting down, many airports in the host cities appear to be running behind schedule.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Brasillia.


    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


    Why some African Americans are moving to Africa

    Escaping systemic racism: Why I quit New York for Accra

    African-Americans are returning to the lands of their ancestors as life becomes precarious and dangerous in the USA.

    What happens when the US government shuts down?

    The US government has shut down. What happens next?

    US federal government begins partial shutdown after Senate blocks short-term spending bill. What happens next?

    Why is the West praising Malala, but ignoring Ahed?

    Why is the West praising Malala, but ignoring Ahed?

    Is an empowered Palestinian girl not worthy of Western feminist admiration?