Egyptian presidential campaign begins today For downloads and more info visit: www.journeyman.tv Follow us on Facebook (goo.gl or Twitter (www.twitter.com As the Egyptian presidential elections loom, two candidates are moving well ahead in the polls. Progressive Islamist Dr. Abel Fotoh and former regime man Amr Moussa are now leading an increasingly close race. Dr. Abel [...]
Posted in Journeyman Tagged abel, affairs, amr, and, arab, current, Documentary, egypt, elections, fatoh, felool, hosni, islamist, journeyman, moussa, mubarrak, news, pictures, presidential, report, spring, square, tahir, The
‘liquid gold’ destroying Moroccan heritage For downloads and more information visit: www.journeyman.tv Follow us on Facebook (goo.gl or Twitter (www.twitter.com Moroccans have harvested the precious oil of the argan tree for centuries, bringing prosperity to the rural Berber people. But now the insatiable global demand for the oil is threatening this ‘tree of life’. The [...]
Posted in Journeyman Tagged argan, berber, gold, investment, journeyman, life, liquid, miracle, morocco, of, oil, pictures, tree
Italy faces 20 billion euro budget shortfall For Downloads and more info visit: www.journeyman.tv Follow us on Facebook (goo.gl or Twitter (www.twitter.com Italians are buckling up for very bleak ride into economic gloom and many are asking if everyone is paying their way. Even the previously untouchable Catholic Church’s finances are finally under scrutiny. “Something [...]
Posted in Journeyman Tagged almightys, benedict, burlesconi, catholic, chuch, church, crisis, cutbacks, dollar, economic, Europe, evasion, Italy, pope, rome, tax, The, vatican
Germany’s green revolution stifled by subsidy cuts For downloads and more information visit: www.journeyman.tv Follow us on Facebook (goo.gl or Twitter (www.twitter.com In villages across Germany the people have seized power by generating enough renewable energy to supply their needs. But with the government cutting subsidies to small producers will this green revolution run out [...]
French election battle enters tense final phase For downloads and more information visit: www.journeyman.tv Follow us on Facebook (goo.gl or Twitter (www.twitter.com The beautiful port city of Marseilles was once a symbol of multiculturalism in France. Now plagued by gangs and crime, it has become central to the heated election debates around immigration and security. [...]
Posted in Journeyman Tagged crime, economy, election, france, islamist, journeyman, marseilles, merah, mohammed, pictures, sarkozy
Maryam al-Khawaja, the daughter of Bahraini activist Abdul Hadi al-Khawaja on the fight for human rights; Mohamed Nasheed, the ousted president of the Maldives; and journalist William Shawcross: how does society deal lawfully with the lawless?
Posted in Al Jazeera Tagged 9/11, abdul, al-khawaja, aljazeera, arab, arms, bahrain, david, frost, frostworld, hadi, Human, hunger, maldives, maryam, mohamed, nasheed, over, politics, protest, Rights, sales, shawcross, spring, strike, The, william, World, youtube
Kristin Scott Thomas about her latest film Salmon fishing in the Yemen and the politics behind it; Zhang Weiwei, on China’s economy and reforms; and Hamish McRae on the eurozone crisis.
Posted in Al Jazeera Tagged aljazeera, china, crisis, democracy, economy, Eurozone, frost, frostworld, great, hamish, kristin, mcrae, over, Reform, scott, state, The, thomas, wall, weiwei, World, yemen, youtube, zhang
Egypt’s military rulers insist a new constitution must be ready before the election. But the Muslim Brotherhood and other popular politicians say drafting a constitution is too important to be rushed and should not have such a rigid time frame. Moneim Aboul Fotouh, a leading candidate enlisted as an independent in the vote, talked to [...]
The Berlin Wall effectively kept East Germans captive in one of the world’s most hardline communist regimes.
Spain has suspended visa-free travel and reinstituted border checks ahead of a meeting of the European Central Bank. It is an unprecedented move that over-rides the Schengen Protocol that was first instituted in 1985. The agreement means there are no internal border controls for 26 European countries and a population of more than 400-million people. [...]
The man who helped lead the so-called enhanced interrogation programme in US prisons overseas has defended the policies. Jose Rodriguez, former director of the CIA’s National Clandestine Service, writes in a new book that techniques such as sleep deprivation and waterboarding are justified. Al Jazeera’s Patty Culhane reports from Washington, DC.
The wealth of the richest people in the UK has increased compared to last year, according to British newspaper the Sunday Times.
Posted in Al Jazeera Tagged aljazeera, britain, clip, europenews, list, peter, Rich, sharp, sunday, times, UK, wealth, youtube