SOUTH AFRICA’S ZULU KING GOODWILL ZWELITHINI DIES AGED 72

Fri 12 March 2021: Goodwill Zwelithini, the king of South Africa’s Zulus, has died at the age of 72 after spending weeks in hospital for diabetes treatment, his palace announced. The king wielded great influence among millions of Zulus through his largely ceremonial and spiritual role despite having no official power in modern South Africa. […]

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EXCLUSIVE INVESTIGATIONS | ALL THE PRIME MINISTER’S MEN (WATCH)

Wed 03 February 2021: An explosive investigation reveals how a criminal gang is colluding with the security forces of Bangladesh and has links to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Undercover reporters with the I-Unit expose how a former street mafia claims to have captured a state. The brother of Bangladesh’s army chief boasts that he can […]

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THE WORLD OF SURVEILLANCE: WHO DOES ‘BIG BROTHER’ ANSWER TO?

  In this episode of UpFront, we discuss the surveillance industry and how it is operating unchecked with Ron Deibert, the director of Citizen Lab, a cybersecurity watchdog group in Canada and Luis Fernando Garcia, the director of R3D, a digital rights organisation in Mexico. And in a special interview segment, we take stock of […]

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3RD AJB DOC FILM FESTIVAL: 10 DOCUMENTARIES TO VIE AT BOSNIAN FESTIVAL

Wed 09 September 2020: Viewers to be able to watch documentaries free of charge, without registration SARAJEVO – The 3rd Al Jazeera Balkans International Documentary Film Festival (AJB DOC) will take place online between Sept. 11-15 due to novel coronavirus. The festival, of which Anadolu Agency is the global communication partner, is preparing to gather […]

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WATCH | 5 DEATHS IN 10,000 CASES, EPIDEMIC IS ON ITS WAY OUT, SAYS OXFORD EXPERT

Sat 30 May 2020: COVID-19 has a death rate of only 0.05 percent, and the coronavirus pandemic is “on its way out” of the UK, according to a leading epidemiologist at the University of Oxford in an interview with UnHerd’s Lockdown TV. Professor Sunetra Gupta’s estimation is far lower than some other prominent epidemiologists who have put the number at […]

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