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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.
 
Whether you call it football or soccer, you can’t understand it without understanding the modern world — and you can’t understand the modern world without understanding its most popular sport. Join host David Goldblatt for conversations about politics, culture, economics, immigration, religion, cinema — and of course, some all-time favorite goals.
 
The Transit Lounge chronicles the journeys of people who’ve had a considerable impact on the Muslim world. In season 1, we hear from successful entrepreneurs, academics, scholars and politicians. Hosted by Mohamad Zaoud, each episode explores the highs and lows of our guests, and tackles the question of our time - what does it take to find balance when living a contemporary Muslim life.Mohamad Zaoud is a brand enthusiast and consults businesses and NGOs on brand & growth strategies. He’s cur ...
 
A podcast by Enzo Caputo focusing on wealth management, Swiss banking, tax optimisation, international relocation, business opportunities and more. Enzo Caputo is the founder and CEO of Caputo & Partners AG (Ltd.), a Swiss Company helping international private clients. Most of our clients have bank accounts in Switzerland. All members of our team have collected professional experience inside a Swiss bank for more than 20 years and have a wide-spread network with other bankers. Such private c ...
 
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In China, a handful of infections is enough to trigger lockdowns, mandatory tests and travel restrictions for millions of people. So, why is the government so determined to pursue a 'zero-covid' strategy? And how will this affect the economy and lives of one and a half billion Chinese? Join host Rob Matheson. With guests: Dan Wang - Chief economist…
 
Famine is a slow-moving disaster and when it is declared, people are typically dying of starvation already. It is too late to save every life. Much of Somalia is facing its third dry season which is bad news for crops, animals, and people. Famine could arrive as soon as March. The Take talks to Somalis trying to get the word out about what is happe…
 
In 2016 dozens of US diplomats and their family members in Cuba fell sick with a mystery illness. Since then hundreds of cases of 'Havana Syndrome' have been reported amongst US Embassy personnel around the world. Now, new cases have been reported in the American missions in Paris and Geneva. But who, or what, could be to blame? Join host Peter Dob…
 
Russian-led forces are leaving the Central Asian country after days of unrest over the rise of gas prices, corruption, and inequality. 160 people have been killed and about 12,000 have been arrested, according to authorities. Many don't know the whereabouts of their loved ones. President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev claimed the unrest was an attempted cou…
 
Russia and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization - or NATO - are holding high-stakes meetings to diffuse tensions between Moscow and Ukraine. There is a risk of armed conflict in Europe if they fail to reach an understanding. So, does diplomacy still have a chance? Join host Peter Dobbie. With guests: Theresa Fallon - Director of Centre for Russia…
 
Over the past 20 years, the idea of smart guns has been developed and contested around the world without reliable results - until now. Promoters in the United States hope to avoid tragedies with what they say is gun control, which is at odds with the wishes of powerful pro-gun lobbies. So, what's the debate about? Join host Peter Dobbie. With guest…
 
On January 9, Africa began its biggest biennial football tournament: The Africa Cup of Nations. Postponed a year because of the pandemic, the tournament will pit 24 of the continent's top teams against each other over the course of one month in Cameroon. But despite the celebratory fervor in Cameroon, there's some concern about how the tournament h…
 
Nicaragua's president, Daniel Ortega, has begun a fourth straight term after an election that most countries called a sham. His critics describe him as a dictator who crushes dissent, while his supporters say he's standing up to the West. So, what's now in store for one of Central America's poorest nations? Joint host Mohammed Jamjoom. With guests:…
 
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