Rank #1: Preview: Life in Jerusalem
Tens of thousands of Christians are in Israeli-occupied East Jerusalem for Easter. But you won't find many Palestinians at the holy sites. This week, a conversation you haven't heard before, from the filmmakers of Al Jazeera's new documentary, “Jerusalem: A Rock and a Hard Place.” Next week, we dive deeper into a divided city.
Rank #2: Cameroon's hashtag war
Cameroon is at war with itself. The country has found itself in a bloody battle between the minority Anglophone citizens and the majority Francophone citizens. We look at how Al Jazeera has covered the conflict as it's unfolded through social media and on the field. Also: What's next for Sudan? The military has just ousted dictator Omar al-Bashir, ending his 30-year rule.
Rank #3: Revisiting Khashoggi's murder, six months later
What have we learned in the aftermath of the Saudi journalist's death?
Rank #4: Mueller's done. What's next for Trump?
Robert Mueller’s report couldn’t establish collusion between President Donald Trump and Russia. But there are many questions left unanswered. Al Jazeera’s investigative unit reveals how the Mueller report could expose the paper trail of Trump's lucrative foreign investments.
Rank #5: From neo-Nazis to New Zealand
The Oklahoma City bombing, Charlottesville, the attacks in Christchurch: Acts of violence show the far reach of the far right. We hear from a former neo-Nazi on why he left the movement, and from a survivor of the mosque attacks in New Zealand.
Rank #6: Can Syrians go home?
Bashar al Assad’s government has regained control over much of Syria, but the war isn't over. For many Syrian refugees, there's pressure to go home. Why are some in Lebanon choosing to return, even while the vast majority are not?
Rank #7: Making it out of North Korea
Nuclear weapons keep North Korea in the headlines, but behind the scenes, the Kim regime keeps the country's people in an iron grip. Jihyun Park was one of those people, and she wants to know why politicians aren't talking about human rights.
Rank #8: Where will the women of ISIL go?
ISIL’s so-called caliphate is almost gone, but its people are not. Thousands of women and children lived under ISIL — by force, by choice, or by birth. And there's a media frenzy over what to do with them.
Rank #9: Coffee, jazz and politics in post-revolution Iran
It's been 40 years since Iran's 1979 revolution, and two generations have grown up with religious rule. In an era of economic insecurity, what do they want for the future?
Rank #10: Africa's largest democracy votes
Nigeria's economy is a shambles and civil conflict looms. Voters are choosing between two elderly candidates, but apathy is high in a young population.