The US corporate foundation-funded "Enough Project" provided the rhetorical justification for an enduring presence in the war-torn African state in its Al Jazeera op-ed titled, "Al Jazeera America
Op-ed: South Sudan's Salva Kiir needs to put his black hat back on," which stated:
In chapter 5, Youmans depicts how Al Jazeera's bold purchase of Current TV and the hectic launch of Al Jazeera America
were quickly bogged down by internal managerial disputes, lawsuits, mounting operation costs, and low viewership.
Some of the Lane County residents who discovered Al Jazeera America
during its all-too-short run on cable TV came to appreciate it as a uniquely valuable source for in-depth, well-presented news and features of worldwide interest.
Then, one month later, in January, the Qatari-owned broadcast- er decided to axe the entire Al Jazeera America
Then former Al Jazeera America
reporter David Shuster (https://twitter.com/DavidShuster/status/775352320720797696) tweeted that a Democratic National Committee delegate told him there was "every indication" they'd back Biden instead of Clinton's one-time rival, Bernie Sanders, or her running mate, Tim Kaine.
His work has appeared in the Washington Post, TheAtlantic.com, Al Jazeera America
Al Jazeera English is in talks with cable carriers that carried the now defunct Al Jazeera America
to make its live video stream available in the U.S.
Al Jazeera America
, launched in August 2013, will shut down in April.
Al Jazeera America
, Amnesty International, CNN, The New York Times, and numerous other news agency use it all the time to describe the current wave of attacks hitting Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and areas across the West Bank.
Most refugees and migrants quickly find out they don't want to stay in Bulgaria and this adds to Europe's problem of controlling mass migration, Al Jazeera America