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Are women getting closer to breaking through the glass ceiling?Al Jazeera’s s…

Are women getting closer to breaking through the glass ceiling?Al Jazeera's senior political analyst, Marwan Bishara, writes.Are women getting closer to breaking through the glass ceiling? It seems all too likely that by year’s end, the United Nations and the United States will...

Poverty beyond the numbers

"For too long, one-dimensional measures such as the $1.90 a day guideline have misdiagnosed poor people's problems."- Julia Corvalan Poverty beyond the numbersFor too long, one-dimensional measures have misdiagnosed poor people's problems.Click to view original posting on the Al Jazeera Facebook page.

Children in US ‘scared and depressed’ by Trump rhetoric

"I think there's a real danger of harm taking place in all American schoolchildren." Children in US 'scared and depressed' by Trump rhetoricThe rhetoric of the US election campaign is being repeated in schools, with negative consequences for minority children.Click to view original posting...

Boko Haram using more children as ‘suicide bombers’: UN

One in every five so-called "suicide bombers" used by Boko Haram in the past two years has been a child, a report says Boko Haram using more children as 'suicide bombers': UNOne in every five "suicide bombers" used by Boko Haram in the past...

Behind the Panama Papers

"There's no point in coming here as a traditional investigative reporter." Behind the Panama PapersInvestigative journalist Gerard Ryle talks about the reach of the story and the journalistic collaboration behind it.Click to view original posting on the Al Jazeera Facebook page.

Race begins to be the UN’s new secretary-general

The race has begun to be the new Ban Ki-moon.But who's in the running? Find out here. Race begins to be the UN's new secretary-generalUN lifts secrecy in race for next secretary-general but backroom deal may still prevail.Click to view original posting on the...

Syrian children in Lebanon forced to work: report

Selling flowers or tissues, shining shoes, cleaning windscreens.Working in markets, factories, aluminum factories, shops, in construction and running deliveries.Even handling pesticides. Syrian children in Lebanon forced to work: reportChildren made to work for little or no pay, many of them in dangerous conditions,...

Green innovation saves the textile industry in India

How the 'Manchester of India' innovated to save its textile industry : Green innovation saves the textile industry in IndiaThe textile town of Tirupur came up with real solutions to save their industry and their polluted land.Click to view original posting on the Al...

Panama Papers: UK’s Cameron fights back in parliament

"Aspiration and wealth creation are not somehow dirty words," Prime Minister David Cameron tells British parliament. Panama Papers: UK's Cameron fights back in parliamentDavid Cameron lashes out at 'deeply hurtful' allegations made against his father after the Panama Papers leak.Click to view original posting...

Poles Apart

Is Poland’s new right-wing government undermining the country’s democratic freedoms?Watch People and Power: Poles ApartWe investigate claims that Poland’s new right-wing government is undermining the country’s democratic freedoms.Click to view original posting on the Al Jazeera Facebook page.