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Al Jazeera has launched a new channel, Al Jazeera America, which will be launching in the US this week.

The new channel will focus on the US presidential election campaign, which is expected to be the most contentious in recent memory.

It will be run by a group of journalists and analysts who have previously produced programmes for the BBC, CNN and Al Jazeera.

Among its subjects will be the US election, US President Donald Trump and the US media landscape.

The channel will air in English and Spanish.

The news and analysis will be produced by Al Jazeera’s international journalists, and will be broadcast in the same way as other news channels.

The network has launched the channel with a promise to “give you access to the world’s most exciting and insightful debates”.

Al Jazeera hopes to attract viewers to its news and opinion content by highlighting its diversity and diversity of sources.

In a statement, Al-Jazeera said: We are a network of diverse voices and viewpoints, which enables us to present the most important issues from a range of perspectives.

We want to make our viewers feel part of this conversation.

Al Jazeera aims to present stories of the world that are more complex and nuanced than the usual political or commercial narrative, and to engage the viewer in a wider range of opinions.

Al- Jazeera will broadcast its programmes in English, Arabic, Farsi and Urdu, and in-depth interviews with leading political figures.

“We hope to help you understand the world and the world around you, and share our knowledge in a new way that you will be able to understand better and better,” said Al Jazeera president Nabeel Shahzad.

“It is a great challenge to tackle the most challenging issues of our time.

We will make sure that this is a channel that will help you to understand and understand better, and that will be an experience you will never forget.”

US election ‘the most contentious’ in recent history The US election will see the election of a Republican president, Donald Trump, who is seeking re-election.

Trump’s victory will be challenged by a Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton, who has called for a recount of votes in Wisconsin.

She has vowed to keep the race close.

“In this election, Donald J Trump will not win,” Clinton said in a speech in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

“I will keep fighting for the votes of people across the country.

We are not going to let this happen.”

Al Jazeera will report on the outcome of the US elections, which have seen both candidates and voters cast ballots, and its impact on the world.

The broadcaster will cover the race, which has been the subject of debate since it was launched in 2007, as well as the political parties and candidates that have campaigned on their behalf.

The US elections are not the only political and social events that Al Jazeera is covering this year.

In June, the network will feature a series on the protests in Venezuela, which the US government has called the largest anti-government protests in its history.

The series will also cover the protests of the Arab Spring in 2011, and the Syrian civil war in 2014.

Al Jazeera has also been able to broadcast on a number of international issues including the rise of the Islamic State (IS) group in Iraq and Syria, the refugee crisis and the rise in violence in neighbouring countries.

“Our mandate and mandate is to present our news in a transparent and objective way, to make it easier for people to find and to understand what is going on,” said Shahzadeh.

Al Zaydi has been producing the programming for a number in the Middle East.

In December 2016, Al Zeydi aired a programme that examined the impact of a new Saudi law that had been approved by parliament that limited the movement of women, including the wearing of face veils.

The law was enacted in a bid to stifle female protest and dissent in the kingdom.