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Hong Kong's long game to secure democracy

Protests continue to grow after nearly three months of unrest in the territory.

Hong Kong's long game to secure democracy

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Why is the US tracking journalists and immigration advocates?

US Customs and Border Protection gathers intelligence on people with ties to the migrant caravan and subjects them to additional scrutiny.

Why is the US tracking journalists and immigration advocates?

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Will Sri Lanka bring back the death penalty?

Sri Lanka hasn’t executed a prisoner in 43 years - but that may change.

Will Sri Lanka bring back the death penalty?

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Undercover with white supremacists

Al Jazeera investigated a far-right group in France for a year, exposing violence, racism and surprising ties to a mainstream political party.

Undercover with white supremacists

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How a school for husbands in Sierra Leone tackles rape culture

After cases of child rape made headlines this year, the government declared a national emergency around sexual violence.

How a school for husbands in Sierra Leone tackles rape culture

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The Israeli spyware that can target you with a text

Journalists and human rights activists from Mexico to the Middle East are being targeted by spyware purchased by their governments.

The Israeli spyware that can target you with a text

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How bloodshed in Mali's villages threatens the region

The fighting in the West African nation looks like a tribal conflict, but it is much bigger than that.

How bloodshed in Mali's villages threatens the region

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Al Jazeera Wins Gold, Silver at New York Festivals Radio Awards

Current affairs podcast The Take and sports podcast Game of our Lives pick up prizes.

Al Jazeera Wins Gold, Silver at New York Festivals Radio Awards

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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.

Sudan's muted massacre

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The fate of children who cross the US-Mexico border alone

As the US and Mexico wrangle over immigration, the number of unaccompanied minors from Central America seeking asylum grows.

 The fate of children who cross the US-Mexico border alone

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Iran, the US and the standoff in the Strait of Hormuz

Tensions between Iran and the US are intensifying. How did we get here?

Iran, the US and the standoff in the Strait of Hormuz

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Al Jazeera infiltrates the NRA - in Australia

In the run up to Australia's elections, an Al Jazeera investigation into gun lobbying triggers a shakeup within the country's far right.

Al Jazeera infiltrates the NRA - in Australia

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India's missing voters

The biggest election in the world is under way, and millions of names have been deleted from the electoral rolls.

India's missing voters

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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