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A renegade commander, a Libyan colonel and a suburban family

The Take explores the roots of the latest wave of violence in Libya, and the American family trying to take Khalifa Haftar to court.

A renegade commander, a Libyan colonel and a suburban family

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Coronavirus diaries from Tehran, Berlin and Seattle

The novel coronavirus is spreading rapidly around the world. But it is also slowing to the point of containment in China's Hubei province, where it began.

Coronavirus diaries from Tehran, Berlin and Seattle

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Gig workers in the time of coronavirus

What will the US response be for gig economy workers? The Take podcast features a freelance journalist, and a rideshare blogger to find out.

Gig workers in the time of coronavirus

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How a multinational company scarred a small Brazilian mining town

A collapsed dam unleashed a torrent of toxic mud that killed 270 people. One year later, The Take revisits Brazil's worst industrial disaster.

How a multinational company scarred a small Brazilian mining town

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The end of the Ebola outbreak

As coronavirus cases are on the rise, The Take turns its attention to a different virus - one that is winding down.

The end of the Ebola outbreak

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An open border, with nowhere to go

Thousands of refugees have attempted to cross the Greek border from Turkey after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan allowed them to leave.

An open border, with nowhere to go

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Will abortion become legal in Argentina?

Women in the country face up to four years in prison for having a clandestine abortion. But that might soon change.

Will abortion become legal in Argentina?

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The online influencer who took on Egypt's president

The Take discusses the viral videos that sparked rare protests in Egypt.

The online influencer who took on Egypt's president

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Al Jazeera Investigates: Diplomats for Sale - Part 4

Inside the operation that uncovered the international market for ambassadorships - and the powerful passports that come with them.

Al Jazeera Investigates: Diplomats for Sale - Part 4

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India has strong anti-rape laws - so why aren't they working?

The Take explores how India's laws against rape have changed, but how implementation has been slow.

India has strong anti-rape laws - so why aren't they working?

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Haiti's unnatural disasters

The magnitude 7.0 earthquake that devastated Haiti 10 years ago continues to have consequences today.

Haiti's unnatural disasters

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Gun trafficking at the US-Mexico border

With Mexico's murder rate at an all-time high and cartel violence rampant, Al Jazeera investigates how firearms are smuggled across the US border into Mexico.

Gun trafficking at the US-Mexico border

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The city where nonsmokers are dying of lung cancer

India's Delhi has the deadliest air of all the world capitals. The Take explores the roots of the crisis and the government's response.

The city where nonsmokers are dying of lung cancer

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In Gaza, berries under blockade

This is a story about Gaza that you ordinarily do not see, and it starts with strawberries.

In Gaza, berries under blockade

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A 'Swiss cheese state', a 'peace' plan and a Palestinian POV

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas rejected the US proposed Middle East Plan, and called for a return to negotiations.

A 'Swiss cheese state', a 'peace' plan and a Palestinian POV