Anealla Safdar

Anealla Safdar

Anealla Safdar is an online editor with Al Jazeera English.

Aung San Suu Kyi

Aung San Suu Kyi honours revoked amid Rohingya backlash

Students at LSE and Oxford strip Burmese Nobel Peace Prize winner of honours over her alleged inaction over atrocities.

Aung San Suu Kyi honours revoked amid Rohingya backlash

Refugees

Harry Leslie Smith, 94, on Trump, refugees and poverty

UK war veteran and activist, 94, on fears of US under Trump and his plans to document refugee crisis to spur empathy.

Harry Leslie Smith, 94, on Trump, refugees and poverty

Human Rights

Eritrea opposition: Security forces kill 28 protesters

Groups raise alarm as security forces open fire on protesting students after government crackdown on Islamic school.

Eritrea opposition: Security forces kill 28 protesters

Europe

When Bouana Traore's death led to France's 2005 riots

Siyakha Traore reflects on the day his 15-year-old brother, fearing lengthy interrogation, hid from police and died.

When Bouana Traore's death led to France's 2005 riots

Pakistan

Sarmad Masud on feminism, My Pure Land, and Pakistan

Director turned the story of a gun-toting woman embroiled in a land dispute into a film picked for the Oscar race.

Sarmad Masud on feminism, My Pure Land, and Pakistan

Refugees

IOM: Refugees dying at quicker rate in Mediterranean

Rights groups concerned as likelihood of drowning increases on 'most dangerous' route and as conditions worsen in Libya.

IOM: Refugees dying at quicker rate in Mediterranean

Europe

'Acid attacks have occurred in the UK for 200 years'

As MPs debate laws over acid sales following a rise in attacks, Jaf Shah explains the UK's history of such violence.

'Acid attacks have occurred in the UK for 200 years'

Media

Talk shows, Islamist women and post-Arab Spring media

Scholars have analysed the media landscapes of Turkey, Tunisia and Morocco – three countries in political transition.

Talk shows, Islamist women and post-Arab Spring media

France

Clichy-sous-Bois: A suburb scarred by 2005 French riots

As a new dawn rises on France, residents of Clichy-sous-Bois still face police abuse, unemployment and racism.

Clichy-sous-Bois: A suburb scarred by 2005 French riots

Europe

Sister of rape victim Theo: 'Police consider us rats'

Eleanor says her younger brother Theo, who was attacked by French police, suffers mentally as family waits for justice.

Sister of rape victim Theo: 'Police consider us rats'

France

Rokhaya Diallo: 'France sees itself as a white country'

Author, film director and activist Rokhaya Diallo addresses the challenge of racism following the presidential election.

Rokhaya Diallo: 'France sees itself as a white country'

France

French voters react to Emmanuel Macron's election win

Al Jazeera speaks to people in Paris about their mixed emotions over Emmanuel Macron's presidential win on Sunday.

French voters react to Emmanuel Macron's election win