The Newsmakers

Has Donald Trump abandoned Palestinians?

The US State Department has informed USAID, that 60 percent of its employees will be dismissed as the first step in the shutdown that will be finalized by 2019. The White House says the decision will force Palestinians to the negotiating table, to talk peace with Israel. But could Donald Trump's hardline approach also lead to more poverty and unrest in the region? Guests: Dave Harden Managing director of the Georgetown Strategy Group Jennifer Atala Former senior manager with USAID in Palestine Matthew Brodsky Middle East analyst

UNRWA Funding Cut: Runners race to help Palestinian refugee agency

UNRWA Funding Cut: Runners race to help Palestinian refugee agency

Finding hope on Gaza's beaches

Finding hope on Gaza's beaches

UN aid agency for Palestine on the verge of collapse

UN aid agency for Palestine on the verge of collapse

Trump's UNRWA aid cuts

Trump's UNRWA aid cuts

Iran’s Troubled Nuclear Deal

Iran’s Troubled Nuclear Deal

President Cyril Ramaphosa Under Pressure

President Cyril Ramaphosa Under Pressure

Is the BJP Anti-Muslim?

Is the BJP Anti-Muslim?

Boris Johnson Survives Confidence Vote

Boris Johnson Survives Confidence Vote

Decriminalising Drugs in Canada

Decriminalising Drugs in Canada

The ‘World’s Coolest Dictator’ Takes on El Salvador’s Gangs

The ‘World’s Coolest Dictator’ Takes on El Salvador’s Gangs

The EU’s Russian Oil Ban

The EU’s Russian Oil Ban

India’s Uniform Civil Code

India’s Uniform Civil Code

PM Boris Johnson Under Pressure

PM Boris Johnson Under Pressure

Robb Elementary School Shooting

Robb Elementary School Shooting

Monkeypox Outbreak

Monkeypox Outbreak

Across The Balkans: Southeast Europe Seeks Alternative Gas Supplies

Across The Balkans: Southeast Europe Seeks Alternative Gas Supplies

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