Volkswagen pays millions over Brazil torture
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Volkswagen pays millions over Brazil torture

The families of factory workers, persecuted during Brazil’s dictatorship, have welcomed a settlement deal from…

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Thai protests: Taking on the monarchy, breaking through taboos | The Listening Post
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Thai protests: Taking on the monarchy, breaking through taboos | The Listening Post

Protesters in Thailand take on the taboo that outlaws criticism of the political system and…

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Why is President Bolsonaro’s popularity on the rise in Brazil? | Counting the Cost
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Why is President Bolsonaro’s popularity on the rise in Brazil? | Counting the Cost

Brazil has the world’s second-highest number of coronavirus deaths after the United States. President Jair…

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Lebanon: Love Without Hope? | Talk to Al Jazeera
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Lebanon: Love Without Hope? | Talk to Al Jazeera

The Lebanese have seen the walls of their capital, Beirut, fall time and time again.…

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Indian farmers block roads, railways over farm bills
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Indian farmers block roads, railways over farm bills

Thousands of farmers in India have blocked roads and rail lines to protest against new…

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Is Pakistan’s Military Interfering in Politics? | Inside Story
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Is Pakistan’s Military Interfering in Politics? | Inside Story

Leaders of Pakistan’s the two main opposition parties and smaller groups have come together to…

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‘Very sorry’: Kim Jong Un apologises for killing of South Korean
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‘Very sorry’: Kim Jong Un apologises for killing of South Korean

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has apologised after the fatal shooting of a South…

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Sweden’s lack of lockdown: More deaths than Nordic neighbours
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Sweden’s lack of lockdown: More deaths than Nordic neighbours

Sweden’s prime minister is warning the government is prepared to introduce stricter measures if a…

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World in disarray: Angry exchanges at top UN meeting on COVID-19
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World in disarray: Angry exchanges at top UN meeting on COVID-19

The UN secretary-general told world leaders they have failed to fight the coronavirus – preferring…

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A Hard Road from Home: Journalists and Actors | Al Jazeera World
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A Hard Road from Home: Journalists and Actors | Al Jazeera World

No two journeys of migration are the same. In this film, we follow four people…

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