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28 Jan
The global health crisis has triggered a major shift away from restaurant dining, leaving many in the culinary sector out of work. But one chef, Joudie Kalla, has pressed on and transformed her career into something entirely new. The author of "Palestine on a Plate" and "Baladi" joins us from London to talk about cooking as therapy.
22 Jan
Voters in Palestine are now set to take part in three separate elections between May and August this year. The polls could pose a threat to President Mahmud Abbas. Islamist Hamas party has welcomed the decision.
25 Sep 2020
Papers in Israel and the Gulf hail deals signed by the UAE and Bahrain normalising ties with Israel. But for Italy's Communist paper Il Manifesto, it signals the end of hope for a two-state solution. Papers in Algeria voice their solidarity and outrage over the sentencing of journalist Khaled Drareni, handed two years in prison for covering anti-government protests. We also look at Barbados's plans to fully sever ties with the British monarchy, the lack of respect for health measures at French universities, and an attempt to rob a bakery using a fork.
8 Feb 2020
An official statement says the proposal 'departs from' international agreements on the Israel-Palestine conflict. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell also urged both sides to 're-engage' in negotiations.
20 May 2018
Peace in the Korean peninsula is threatened as North Korea threatens to pull out of the agreed summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un. This after North Korea expresses it's worry over US-South Korean military exercises. Also, Monday's US Embassy opening in Jerusalem sparked outrage as celebrations coincided with the deadliest clashes between Palestine and Israel since 2014.
29 Dec 2016
Outgoing Secretary of State John Kerry discusses his vision for peace between Israel and Palestine, just days after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu harshly criticized the US for failing to veto a UN resolution criticizing Jewish settlements in Palestinian lands.

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