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Football’s Wall of Silence
Former youth football coach Barry Bennell, one of the top talent spotters in Britain with ties to major clubs like Manchester City and Crewe Alexandra, spent his days coaching children and his nights abusing them.
Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit pro...
Sleepless in Yemen
For almost 3 years now, Yemeni aid workers Anas Shahari and Sukaina Sharafuddin have gone to bed hearing Saudi fighter jets circling over their city, Sanaa. Through WhatsApp voice messages, they tell our host Jasmin Bauomy what that’s like.
America’s poorest white town
This week we take you to America’s poorest county and to a tiny town that never changes, regardless of who’s in power in Washington - Republicans or Democrats. Welcome to Booneville. Population: 87.
On the show: Patrick Strickland, Al Jazeera journa...
Trafficking Romanian women
In 2016, roughly 800 Romanians were trafficked in Western Europe. Most of them were women. Most of them were forced into prostitution and violently abused.
Today on the Debrief - a woman who was trafficked, a woman who saved her, and a trafficker who...
Resisting Rodrigo Duterte
This week on The Debrief: our correspondent Ted Regencia on the opposition to Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs, the rise of vigilantism, and its human cost.
On the show: Al Jazeera journalist @tedregencia. Our host is @mohsin.
Rape, peacekeeping and the UN
A couple of weeks ago we took you on a harrowing journey to the Central African Republic. Al Jazeera journalist Azad Essa told you about the effects of rape and exploitation at the hands of UN peacekeepers, and about how victims are often left defencel...