Sudan's muted massacre

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Sudan's muted massacre

Dozens of protesters were killed when security forces attacked a protest camp in Khartoum on June 3. Al Jazeera journalists were there, but banned from reporting.

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South Africa's original sin

Twenty-five years after apartheid, white rule might be over, but the minority still owns the majority of land.

South Africa's original sin

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Jerusalem: A rock and a hard place

What is it like to live in a divided city? The Take explores Al Jazeera's new documentary about the Holy City and those who call it home.

Jerusalem: A rock and a hard place

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Life in Jerusalem

In a preview of next week's episode, The Take explores how occupied East Jerusalem welcomes pilgrims from all over the world during Easter. But not everyone is allowed there.

Life in Jerusalem

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Cameroon's deadly battle over language

Hundreds of people have been killed in the country's Anglophone regions, rights groups say, as the conflict over language continues.

Cameroon's deadly battle over language

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Revisiting Khashoggi's murder, six months later

What have we learned in the aftermath of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi?

Revisiting Khashoggi's murder, six months later

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Investigating Trump in a post-Mueller world

The Mueller report didn't establish collusion. But there's more to learn about Trump's financial motivations.

Investigating Trump in a post-Mueller world

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From US to New Zealand: The far right's global reach

In this episode of the Take, a Christchurch shooting survivor shares his story, and a former neo-Nazi explains his past.

From US to New Zealand: The far right's global reach

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Syrian refugees in Lebanon: Can any of them return home?

In this episode of The Take, Al Jazeera journalists visit a refugee family facing the choice to stay or go.

Syrian refugees in Lebanon: Can any of them return home?

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Defecting from North Korea

First hand accounts of life under the Kim regime are rare. In this episode of The Take, Al Jazeera journalists bring you the story of one woman who defected.

Defecting from North Korea

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Where will the women of ISIL go?

Thousands of women and children lived under ISIL by force, by choice, or by birth. Now, many of them want to go home.

Where will the women of ISIL go?

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Iran: 40 years after the revolution

In this episode of The Take, Al Jazeera journalists speak to two Iranian women with different views on what the country's future should look like.

Iran: 40 years after the revolution

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Nigeria elections: A battle for the youth vote

In this episode of The Take, Al Jazeera journalists examine Nigeria's upcoming general elections, the voters and the top two candidates in the presidential race.

Nigeria elections: A battle for the youth vote

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Who is Venezuela's Juan Guaido?

The country's self-declared interim president was a political unknown. In a new episode of The Take, Al Jazeera journalists discuss the crisis that led to his rise.

Who is Venezuela's Juan Guaido?

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Is the government of Sudan's Omar al-Bashir unravelling?

Hospitals and medical professionals are coming under attack as weeks-long anti-government protests continue. What's next for the country?

Is the government of Sudan's Omar al-Bashir unravelling?

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Gaza: 39 straight Fridays of protests

On a new episode of The Take podcast, Al Jazeera journalists discuss the ongoing protests in the besieged Gaza Strip.

Gaza: 39 straight Fridays of protests