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Making sense of the world, one story at a time. Every Friday, host Malika Bilal and journalists from Al Jazeera's international bureaus share their take on the news.

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Making sense of the world, one story at a time. Every Friday, host Malika Bilal and journalists from Al Jazeera's international bureaus share their take on the news.

    An update — and a new show!

    An update — and a new show!

    The Take is returning soon, and in the meantime, we've got something new for you.

    • 3 min.
    We're away for a bit — then back with much more

    We're away for a bit — then back with much more

    The Take turns a year old next week — and we're taking a break to do some growing. When we come back in November, we'll be bringing you multiple episodes a week. In the meantime, follow us and keep in touch on Twitter and Instagram (@ajthetake) and on Facebook (@thetakepod) — we love hearing from you.

    • 1 min.
    Are Palestinians in Israel having a political moment?

    Are Palestinians in Israel having a political moment?

    Palestinian voters turned out in record numbers in the Israeli election with a key motivation — to dethrone Benjamin Netanyahu. They may still get stuck with him as prime minister, but for the first time in more than two decades, they’ve become real players in Israeli politics. Will this lead to the formation of a Palestinian political opposition, or could this send them back into political exile?

    • 16 min.
    The Rohingya face mobile phone blackouts

    The Rohingya face mobile phone blackouts

    Last week we got a WhatsApp message from a Rohingya refugee in Bangladesh. It might be one of the last messages he can send. The Bangladeshi government is moving to ban the sale of SIM cards to a million Rohingya there. This week, we take you to the world’s biggest refugee camp to learn what a communications blackout could mean for the Rohingya.

    • 20 min.
    The rise and fall of Venezuela’s ultimate oil city

    The rise and fall of Venezuela’s ultimate oil city

    The booming oil city of Maracaibo once epitomized the promise that was Venezuela. But it’s been in trouble for years: power cuts, devastating oil spills and political and economic crises. Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo explains how the city now embodies what Venezuela has become — the poorest country that should be rich.

    • 22 min.
    Inside the Taliban talks

    Inside the Taliban talks

    US generals and Taliban commanders have been sitting in five-star hotels in Qatar, trying to knock out a peace deal to end the war in Afghanistan. The details are few, the Afghan government wasn’t invited, and success is far from certain. In Afghanistan, the only thing people know for sure is that the death toll keeps rising.

    • 24 min.

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