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January 11, 2018
The case of 16-year-old Ahed Tamimi has caught world attention but there have been thousands before her and many are still behind bars.
ATHENS, GREECE - 2017/09/16: Antifascist unions demonstrate against the Golden Dawn's Headquarters, commemorating the murder of the hip-hop singer Pavlos Fyssas from a Golden Dawn member in 2013. (KOSTAS PIKOULAS/GETTY IMAGES)
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Episode
January 10, 2018
The recent surge of violence is forcing the country to address its issue of racism.
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Episode
January 9, 2018
Attorney general's move to go after legal cannabis use sparks fierce debate.
An Iranian woman raises her fist amid the smoke of tear gas at the University of Tehran during a protest driven by anger over economic problems, in the capital Tehran on December 30, 2017. (AFP/STR)
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Episode
January 8, 2018
Pro-government demonstrators march in Iran after protests against economic insecurity sparked unrest throughout the country.
Catalan nanotechnology engineer Sergi Santos holds the head of Samantha, a robot packed with artificial intelligence providing her the capability to respond to different scenarios and verbal stimulus. (REUTERS/ALBERT GEA)
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Episode
January 4, 2018
A look at how technology is solving some of the world's biggest problems and the ethical questions that arise.
A Yemeni malnourished child receives medical treatment amid a spread of malnutrition and risk of famine, at a hospital on November 15, 2017 in Sana’a, Yemen. (GETTY/MOHAMMED HAMOUD)
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December 21, 2017
The Stream also explores the aftermath of mudslides in Sierra Leone, and the controversy surrounding Honduras' presidential election.
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Episode
December 20, 2017
South African city projected to run out of water by the middle of next year.
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Episode
December 19, 2017
In this episode we also ask what upcoming elections mean for Catalonia and check in with Al Jazeera's new podcast network, Jetty.
A homeless man sleeps under an American Flag blanket on a park bench on September 10, 2013 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. (Getty/Spencer Platt)
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Episode
December 18, 2017
A UN investigation asks whether poverty in the United States prevents people form exercising their political and civil rights.
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Episode
December 14, 2017
In this episode we ask why so many Grenfell Tower survivors have yet to be housed six months on, and discuss how 2017 became a record year for jailing journalists.
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