Caroline Malone

Caroline Malone

Europe

Study finds that plane air may cause illness

Study published by WHO says people who fly regularly may be at risk from breathing contaminated air.

Study finds that plane air may cause illness

Middle East

Syrians see different picture on the ground than in Astana talks

Representatives of the Syrian government and opposition groups are meeting in the capital of Kazakhstan for a sixth round of talks to end the civil war.

Syrians see different picture on the ground than in Astana talks

Middle East

Qatar-Gulf crisis disrupts students education

One of the consequences of the Qatar-Gulf crisis has been the disruption to the education of more than 200 Qatari students, who have not been allowed to continue studying in Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and UAE since June.

Qatar-Gulf crisis disrupts students education

Middle East

Yemen war takes its toll on UAE soldiers

Member of Abu Dhabi royal family among three survivors of helicopter crash in Shabwa that killed four Emirati soldiers.

Yemen war takes its toll on UAE soldiers

Asia

India: At least 30 children die in hospital

At least 30 children have died at a hospital in India's northern Uttar Pradesh state.

India: At least 30 children die in hospital

Greece

Europe still faces a refugee crisis

This year more than 120,000 people have arrived in Europe as documented by the Switzerland-based migration agency IOM.

Europe still faces a refugee crisis

Asia

Pakistan's 'Mother Teresa' passes away

The woman who became known as 'Pakistan's Mother Teresa' for devoting her life to saving others' lives has died at the age of 87.

Pakistan's 'Mother Teresa' passes away

Middle East

'Skate girls of Kabul' exhibition debuts in Doha

The Skate girls of Kabul exhibition is work of a Kabul-based charity. It was captured by renowned British photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson. Al Jazeera’s Caroline Malone reports from Doha

'Skate girls of Kabul' exhibition debuts in Doha

Asia

India: Five farmers shot dead during protest

Farmers in India are blocking highways as they demand change in the agriculture industry. Thousands of farmers commit suicide each year because of debt, poor crop yields, and competition from cheap imports.

India: Five farmers shot dead during protest

Asia Pacific

How is it to commute in Pyongyang’s old metro trains?

People living in North Korea are largely cut off from the rest of the world. In the capital, Pyongyang, they use an energy-efficient public transport system which it's operating despite sanctions.

How is it to commute in Pyongyang’s old metro trains?

Asia Pacific

Malaysia releases Kim Jong-nam’s body to Pyongyang

Nam’s death lead to a diplomatic standoff between North Korea and Malaysia. But after weeks of negotiations, the two are putting their differences behind them. Al Jazeera’s Caroline Malone reports.

Malaysia releases Kim Jong-nam’s body to Pyongyang

Africa

Somalia faces major cholera outbreak

The United Nations has raised alarm over a major outbreak of cholera in southern Somalia. Aid groups are already scrambling to help people suffering from severe drought and mass malnutrition.

Somalia faces major cholera outbreak