Making sense of the world, one story at a time. Host Malika Bilal and journalists from Al Jazeera's international bureaus share their take on the news every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The first episode of The Take by Al Jazeera arrives on Friday, October 19.
It looks like President Bashar al-Assad has won the war in Syria. But who will win the peace? Host Imtiaz Tyab talks with Al Jazeera correspondent Zeina Khodr. Welcome to The Take by Al Jazeera. Tell us what you think here: goo.gl/fpuvhp
A political earthquake is shaking Brazil, and its young democracy is at stake. Host Imtiaz Tyab breaks it down with Al Jazeera’s Latin America editor Lucia Newman. Tell us what you think of the show here: https://goo.gl/C5bc5u
Jamal Khashoggi was working from within the Arab world to push the boundaries of press freedom. What does his death mean for the Middle East? Tell us what you think of the show here: https://goo.gl/Tc8D8K
The Republican party held the Senate and Democrats won control of the House of Representatives in the 2018 US midterm elections. What does that mean for a President who, until now, has had few checks on his power? And what should the rest of the world take away from this election? Tell us what you think of the show here: https://goo.gl/5pLrRt
The conflict in Darfur has shadowed Sudanese president Omar al Bashir for more than a decade. But now, he may be coming to the table with rebel leaders to broker a peace deal. Host Imtiaz Tyab talks with Al Jazeera correspondent Hiba Morgan about the war that has killed hundreds of thousands and displaced millions. Tell us what you think of the show here: goo.gl/HN4cBU
Migrants, asylum seekers, invaders: all have been used to describe the people traveling from Central America to the U.S. The words we choose to tell their stories matter. Al Jazeera correspondent Heidi Zhou-Castro gives us the latest from Tijuana, and senior journalist Barry Malone explains why the word “migrant” doesn’t tell the whole story. Tell us what you think of the show here: https://goo.gl/VvtAvw
Voters in Taiwan delivered a crushing blow to the country’s ruling party and the island’s gay rights movement in local elections last Sunday, despite a 2017 court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage. Host Imtiaz Tyab talks with Al Jazeera correspondent Adrian Brown and Victoria Hsu, executive director of the Taiwan Alliance to Promote Civil Partnerships. Tell us what you think of the show: https://goo.gl/8EEQjH
Skin bleaching is common around the world. In South Sudan, years of conflict, displacement and discrimination mean the practice is about a lot more than skin color — it’s about identity after independence. Producer Jasmin Bauomy brings us the story. Tell us what you think of the show: https://goo.gl/EeSUja
Al Jazeera went undercover to investigate a far-right group in France, exposing violence, racism and surprising ties to one of the country’s mainstream political parties. Host Imtiaz Tyab talks with journalist David Harrison about the investigation. Tell us what you think of the show: https://goo.gl/SeuNtU