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Russian government forcuses on Chinese tourists Russian government forcuses on Chinese tourists
Russia does not seem to be at the top of many tourists' favourite destinations at the moment. Fighting in Ukraine, the plunging value of the rouble and other disputes mean European and US travellers are going elsewhere. So, instead, the Russian government is looking to welcome the neighbours in China. Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from Moscow.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 04 July 2015

Rival sides in Greece rally ahead of key bailout referendum Rival sides in Greece rally ahead of key bailout referendum
The brief but intense campaign in Greece's critical bailout referendum has ended, with simultaneous rallies in Athens supporting "Yes" and "No" answers to a murky question in what an opinion poll suggests could be a very close vote. The government advocates a "No" vote on Sunday, saying it would put Athens in a stronger negotiating position to help Greece win a new deal. Opposition parties, and many European officials, say a "No" vote would drive Greece out of the eurozone and into an even more impoverished future. Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull reports from Athens.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 04 July 2015

Nigeria to get $75m to reduce childbirth mortality Nigeria to get $75m to reduce childbirth mortality
The United Nation's population agency is giving $75m to boost reproductive health services in Nigeria. Some of the funds will be used to improve access to family planning to help reduce the high number of deaths during pregnancy and childbirth. Al Jazeera's Yvonne Ndege reports from Abuja.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 04 July 2015

Counting the Cost - Can Greece be saved? Counting the Cost - Can Greece be saved?
This coming Sunday, Greeks will face a decisive choice on whether they wish to stay in or leave the eurozone. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who was elected in January on a promise to end years of austerity, has called for a referendum - asking Greeks to decide on whether to accept creditors' proposals for more austerity in exchange for more loans. Despite receiving two bailouts worth $266 billion since 2010, the country has been struggling with austerity and is in debt worth nearly 180 percent of its GDP. Unemployment has more than doubled and pensions and benefits have roughly halved. Tsipras' decision to campaign for a "No" vote led to the European Central Bank (ECB) to withdraw emergency lending, forcing Greece to cap bank withdrawals. And in a shock move, Greece failed to pay a $1.73 billion payment to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the first time any nation has failed to pay the organisation in its 71-year history. Siegfried Muresan, a member of the European Parliament and vice-chair of the Budgets Committee told Counting the Cost that the decision was "jeopardising" the lives of ordinary Greeks. We also spoke to George Katrougalos, the Greek deputy interior minister, on what this could mean for the future of the country and what the Syriza party wants to achieve. Afghanistan's lamb pelt trade The falling price of Afghan lambskin is affecting the country's pelt industry. Some traders say exports are down by as much as 80 percent. Lambskin is a niche product, usually used for women's luxury coats when it is sold in the West and is crucial to Afghanistan's ailing economic sector. Nicole Johnston reports from Mazar-e-Sharif on how sheep farmers there are coping.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 04 July 2015

Talk to Al Jazeera - Cuban spy: Talk to Al Jazeera - Cuban spy: 'I will do it again if I have to'
After spending 16 years in US prisons, the Cuban spy shares the story behind his liberation.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 04 July 2015

Palestinian Authority arrests scores of Hamas members in West Bank Palestinian Authority arrests scores of Hamas members in West Bank
Palestinian Authority forces have arrested at least 120 people, including Hamas members, in the West Bank over the past two days, raising tension between the rival movements. At least 20 people were arrested on Saturday, officials said, a day after about 100 members were detained. Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from Gaza.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 04 July 2015

Dutch drought at the Tour de France Dutch drought at the Tour de France
The 102nd edition of the Tour de France gets underway on Saturday in the Dutch city of Utrecht. Cycling is a way of life in the Netherlands with most of its six million people using a bike every day. But it hasn't translated into success in the sport's biggest race. Al Jazeera's Paul Rhys reports.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 04 July 2015

Investors flock to Cuba as country opens up Investors flock to Cuba as country opens up
As the island of Cuba opens up politically and economically, business leaders are courting the country like never before. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from the town of Hershey, named after the American chocolate magnate Milton Hershey.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 04 July 2015

How a baby was part of the US-Cuban prisoner deal How a baby was part of the US-Cuban prisoner deal
The renewal of diplomatic ties between the US and Cuba follows two years of secret negotiations, hinging partly on a prisoner swap. One of the freed prisoners was Cuban spy Gerardo Hernandez, who was serving two life terms in the US. In a surprise to most, when Hernandez's was released, his wife was nine months pregnant. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Havana.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 04 July 2015

Rivals rally in Greece ahead of referendum Rivals rally in Greece ahead of referendum
Tens of thousands of people have turned out in Athens for rival rallies ahead of Sunday's referendum. Whatever the result, the country will require immediate help with the banks running out of money and the economy on the brink of collapse. Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Athens.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 03 July 2015

Al Jazeera Al Jazeera's coverage of #Grexit crisis | #reVIEWebisode19
How well has Al Jazeera English been covering the Greek debt crisis? Kamahl Santamaria answers that & more in this week's webisode. * Do you want to feature in our next webisode? Want to share your thoughts on something you have read or watched on Al Jazeera English? Send us a video comment: http://aljvideo.weebly.com/ YOUR show. YOUR view. The reVIEW is where YOU can send YOUR feedback on Al Jazeera English. The questions and comments you send in are put directly to hosts and producers, so get involved! Let #AJreVIEW know YOUR view. Al Jazeera's most viewed news coverage, the week's most popular documentaries, the inside story on how we get our stories, all available at the click of a button on: http://www.aljazeera.com/review/. Join our feedback community: Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajreview Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AJE.Review

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 03 July 2015

Inside Story - China Inside Story - China's abandoned children
Why are millions of youngsters left behind by parents in poverty seeking work in the cities? Presenter: Richelle Carey Guests: Steve Tsang - senior fellow at the China Policy Institute at Nottingham University Joe Lowry - Asia-Pacific spokesperson for the International Organisation for Migration Shajeer Hussein – taxi driver in Qatar who left wife and child in India

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 03 July 2015

The Stream - The great Greek drama The Stream - The great Greek drama
On The Stream: Young Greeks discuss how their country’s debt crisis is affecting their lives.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 03 July 2015

Counterfeit medicine endangering Somali lives Counterfeit medicine endangering Somali lives
Thousands of Somalis are killed by expired or counterfeit medicine every year. The drugs come in through many ports and find their way into pharmacies. The government says stopping the illegal trade is one of its top priorities. Al Jazeera’s Hamza Mohamed reports from the capital, Mogadishu.

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 03 July 2015

101 East - Afghanistan: No Country for Women 101 East - Afghanistan: No Country for Women
Thirteen years after the fall of the Taliban, women in Afghanistan continue to suffer oppression and abuse. Almost nine out of 10 Afghan women face physical, sexual or psychological violence, or are forced into marriage. In the majority of cases the abuse is committed by the people they love and trust the most – their families. While shelters are trying to provide protection and legal help to some, many women return to abusive homes because there is no alternative. Unable to escape their circumstances, some are turning to drastic measures like suicide to end their suffering. Follow 101 East here: Facebook: http://facebook.com/101east Twitter: http://twitter.com/aj101east Instagram: http://instagram.com/aj101east Homepage: http://aljazeera.com/programmes/101east

By : Al Jazeera English     Added : 03 July 2015




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