Sunday, March 13, 2016

Trump - Burlison 2016

What you may have missed this week on Al Jazeera
13 MARCH 2016
HUMAN RIGHTS
New York's Muslims struggle to bury their dead
In a city where funerals can cost as much as $50,000, many Muslims say they "cannot afford to die".
IN PICTURES
Widows in India: My children threw me out of the house
Many communities in India still shun widows and they are abandoned by their families due to superstition.
OPINION
Donald Trump is the real deal
Hillary Clinton is the political mask of the corporate face of America, but Donald Trump is the real deal.
OPINION
Abu Omar al-Shishani: Death of an ISIL commander
If true, Omar the Chechen's death would be a significant, but not fatal, blow to ISIL.
OPINION
Now North Korea has nothing to lose
New UN resolution doesn't make the Korean Peninsula more secure and does not remove the nuclear threat.
HUMANITARIAN CRISES
Life under an active volcano in Ecuador
The Cotopaxi volcano in Ecuador shows signs of erupting, 138 years after its last big eruption left 1,000 people dead.
REFUGEES
The women helping refugees in Serbia
Women in Serbia share their stories about helping refugees as many recall being displaced themselves.
POVERTY & DEVELOPMENT
No wall or toilets: Going to school in an Indian slum
Inside an Indian slum school as it battles to provide a better education for its impoverished students.
PROGRAMMES HIGHLIGHTS
FAULT LINES
Seafood Slaves
We travel to Indonesia, Myanmar and Thailand to investigate slavery in the multi-billion dollar seafood industry.
101 EAST
Cambodia: Unlicensed to Heal
101 East investigates Cambodia's healthcare system and asks if unlicensed village medics are the best hope for the sick.