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The Arab-Israeli deal that ignores Palestinians

The agreement marks a shifting relationship between Israel and the Arab world.

The Arab-Israeli deal that ignores Palestinians

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Is Batman the hero we need?

When the people take on the police, whose side would Batman take?

Is Batman the hero we need?

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The thin Baltic border between war and peace

With the recent unrest in Belarus, this geopolitical tinderbox is heating up.

The thin Baltic border between war and peace

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A young mother takes on the father of Belarus

Europe's longest-serving ruler may be losing his 26-year grip on power.

A young mother takes on the father of Belarus

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Awaiting justice for Emmett Till, 65 years later

The 14-year-old Black American was killed for allegedly whistling at a white woman, 65 years ago today.

Awaiting justice for Emmett Till, 65 years later

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Unpacking the US post office controversy

The 2020 election will be the biggest mail-in vote in US history but voters fear changes to postal service may affect delivery of democracy.

Unpacking the US post office controversy

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Al Jazeera Investigates: The Cyprus Papers

Our investigative podcast dives into a document leak.

Al Jazeera Investigates: The Cyprus Papers

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Exposing abuse at the hands of Thailand’s military

Thailand's armed forces have been accused of allowing abusive initiation rituals.

Exposing abuse at the hands of Thailand’s military

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The social justice power of K-pop's BTS

On the day of their first English-language single, Dynamite, The Take explores the band's power to influence global social justice issues.

The social justice power of K-pop's BTS

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The keys to the White House

Allan Lichtman is in the business of presidential fortune-telling. He has correctly predicted nine US elections for the country's highest office, and is going for his tenth consecutive success this year.

The keys to the White House

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Corruption and coronavirus in the Dominican Republic

Opposition candidate Luis Abinader has been sworn in as president as the Caribbean country confirms more than 70,000 COVID-19 cases.

Corruption and coronavirus in the Dominican Republic

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Is Egypt finally reckoning with sexual assault?

The fight against sexual violence has reached a tipping point in Egypt, as more women take to social media to detail sexual assaults they say they have endured.

Is Egypt finally reckoning with sexual assault?

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A network of abuse against Irish women

The Take takes a deep dive into a documentary that exposed the disturbing fate of thousands of babies born to Irish unmarried mothers.

A network of abuse against Irish women

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Confronting racism within Doctors Without Borders

Employees accused Medecins Sans Frontieres of perpetuating racism and white supremacy within the international humanitarian organisation.

 Confronting racism within Doctors Without Borders

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Beirut explosion multiplies Lebanon’s crises

Beirut's governor estimates about 300,000 people have been displaced as Lebanon braces for devastating economic effects.

Beirut explosion multiplies Lebanon’s crises