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Hoda Kandil teaching at a workshop in Egypt.
Tackling Discrimination Against Women in Egypt
Tackling gender intolerance in a county where women face regular discrimination.
A man and girl feed pigeons in Doha, the capital of Qatar.
History and the Qatar Diplomatic Crisis
Umayyad Square in Damascus
Solving the Syrian Conflict
Bassel Khartabil
The Agony of Syria's Prisons
Jamel Mouhalib stands on his boat in the old port of Bizerte.
Difficult Times for Fishermen in Tunisia
A man examines wares in the souk in Tunis' old city.
Corruption in the Spotlight in Tunisia
A businessman’s attempts to smear an NGO brings corruption into focus for Tunisa
Trucks dump earth and trash into the sea as part of the land reclamation process at the Bourj Hammond landfill in Beirut.
Lebanon’s Latest Waste Crisis
The Al Jazeera newsroom in Doha.
Al Jazeera and Arab Journalism
A public lecture at the Kocaeli Academy for Solidarity, founded by a group of Turkish academics who were fired from their official positions
Academics Suffer Under Turkey’s Post-Coup Crackdown
Trash from Beirut's landfills is being dumped into the sea, ending up on beaches and in fishermen's nets.
Interview with Constanze Flamme