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Making sense of the world, one story at a time. Host Malika Bilal and journalists from Al Jazeera's international bureaus and beyond share their take on the most important stories every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
 
Stacy Washington is a Christian, wife, mom, author, radio host and political commentator. Stacy's first book "Eternally Cancel Proof" (March, 2022) is available where ever books are sold. Stacy is the host of Stacy on the Right on SiriusXM the Patriot Channel 125 airing week nights from 9p to midnight EST. Stacy is an Ambassador for the America First Policy Institute and served as Co-Chair of Black Voices For Trump during the 2020 presidential campaign. Stacy is also Co-Chair of the Project ...
 
Greg Palast is an investigative reporter, whose stories appear on BBC Television, The Guardian, Al Jazeera and Rolling Stone. You can read/watch his reports at GregPalast.com. He is the author of the NY Times bestsellers The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, Billionaires & Ballot Bandits, Armed Madhouse, and the highly acclaimed Vultures’ Picnic. His full-length feature, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, was released in 2016. His new film, Vigilantes: Georgia’s Vote Suppression Hitmen—from Acade ...
 
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Wales is often believed to be a province of the United Kingdom. In fact, it is part of a political unit that forms the UK. Wales has its own language, culture and its own national football team. And for the first time in 64 years, they have qualified for the World Cup. Thousands of Welsh fans have travelled to Qatar to cheer on their team. One of t…
 
After two years of some of the most stringent COVID restrictions in the world, many in China are fed up and are demanding a loosening of the controls - in some cases, even calling out President Xi Jinping. They are running the gauntlet of a surveillance state that comes down hard on dissent. Contributors: Victor Gao - vice president, Center for Chi…
 
The UN warns of violence reaching 'boiling point' between Israelis and Palestinians. At least 240 people have been killed this year. What's behind the increase? And can the situation be contained? Join host Dareen Abughaida. Guests: Akiva Eldar - Contributor to Haaretz. Nour Odeh - Political Analyst. Bill Law - Editor of Arab Digest…
 
As wealthy nations try to find new ways to cut their carbon emissions, electric vehicles have been getting a lot of attention. From incentives for electric cars in the US to all-out bans on future gas and petrol cars in the UK and European Union, leaders are pushing their populations away from the gas guzzlers. But electric cars aren’t an environme…
 
Data from Japanese and American Pharmaceutical companies show how a new drug can significantly slow down cognitive decline in some patients by 27 percent. So, what will be the impact of this new drug? Join host Mohammed Jamjoom. Guests: Graeme Sutherland - Social Media Ambassador for Alzheimer Scotland. Bart De Strooper - Director of the UK Dementi…
 
Turkey has launched a wave of air raids in northern Syria and Iraq, after a deadly bombing on Istanbul’s Istiklal Avenue. The country blames the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), and groups it claims are PKK-affiliates in Syria and Iraq, for the bombing. The US and Russia have warned against a ground operation. In this episode: Taha Ozhan (@…
 
A court in Mozambique has begun delivering its verdict, which is expected to take five days, in the trial of 19 people accused of a wide range of financial crimes. It's in connection with a $2 billion scheme. So, how will Mozambique move on from this financial crisis? Join host Adrian Finighan. Guests: Denise Namburete - Founder, N'Weti. Fernando L…
 
In 2023, Canadians will be able to apply for a medically assisted death, also known in the country as medical assistance in dying (MAID), if they are suffering from mental health problems as their sole condition. Years after assisted dying legislation was first approved, it has been expanded to include those who do not have a “reasonably foreseeabl…
 
Museums around the world are returning artefacts to their countries of origin. One in London has sent back its entire collection of Benin Bronzes to Nigeria's government. So, how can other countries ensure their cultural treasures are given back, and be displayed for generations to come? Join host Adrian Finighan. Guests: Barnaby Phillips - Author.…
 
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