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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

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A 'miracle worker', a mall cop and broken promises in The Gambia

Protests in The Gambia are escalating. Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque shares his insights into the growing tensions with The Take.

A 'miracle worker', a mall cop and broken promises in The Gambia

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Facing climate change in two sinking towns

Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro brings us to two US communities that will soon cease to exist.

Facing climate change in two sinking towns

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No war with Iran - but no peace, either

Since the US withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal in 2018, increased sanctions have defined Iranians' lives in ways big and small.

 No war with Iran - but no peace, either

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Life inside the coronavirus quarantine

Al Jazeera's Beijing cameraman talks to The Take about living in a city under lockdown.

Life inside the coronavirus quarantine

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The Take podcast to relaunch on February 3

The international news podcast has a growing team, and a new take on news.

The Take podcast to relaunch on February 3

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The Take podcast to relaunch in 2020

Al Jazeera's flagship news podcasts will be back with new features and a new show.

The Take podcast to relaunch in 2020

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Are Palestinians in Israel having a political moment?

The latest round of elections in Israel saw big numbers of Palestinian voters - but it's unclear if that will translate to a louder voice in Parliament.

Are Palestinians in Israel having a political moment?

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Rohingya refugees face mobile phone blackouts

The Bangladeshi government orders ban on the sale of SIM cards to a million Rohingya in the world’s biggest refugee camp.

Rohingya refugees face mobile phone blackouts

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The rise and fall of Venezuela's ultimate oil city

The Take explores how Venezuela's economic potential has failed to materialise.

The rise and fall of Venezuela's ultimate oil city

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Life in the Brexit row

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson suspended Parliament this week with the Brexit deadline looming.

Life in the Brexit row

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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?