Faisal Edroos

Faisal Edroos

Myanmar

ARSA group denies links with al-Qaeda, ISIL and others

Rakhine-based Rohingya fighters, who emerged in October last year, say they have no ties to any 'terrorist group'.

ARSA group denies links with al-Qaeda, ISIL and others

Rohingya

ARSA: Who are the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army?

Who are the ARSA, what do they want, why did they form and are they linked to any armed groups?

ARSA: Who are the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army?

Myanmar

UN: We lack the resources to handle the Rohingya crisis

UN official says there are consistent reports of Rohingya homes and villages being burned down by security forces.

UN: We lack the resources to handle the Rohingya crisis

Myanmar

Rohingya warn of 'another Srebrenica' if violence rages

Members of Myanmar's Muslim minority urge international community to stop a 'targeted military campaign' against them.

Rohingya warn of 'another Srebrenica' if violence rages

Myanmar

Rohingya: 'Even a baby was not spared by the army'

Residents accuse security forces of shooting 'indiscriminately' at the Muslim minority, forcing thousands to flee.

Rohingya: 'Even a baby was not spared by the army'

Maps

Yemen conflict: Who controls what

More than two years after storming the capital, Sanaa, Houthi rebels have consolidated control over parts of Yemen.

Yemen conflict: Who controls what

Islamophobia

'Islamophobia to blame' for Cape Town mosque attacks

Muslim leaders call for calm and unity after mosques in Cape Town are defiled with pig blood and a pig's snout.

'Islamophobia to blame' for Cape Town mosque attacks

Syria's Civil War

Syrian child 'treated with mud' for severe burn wounds

Video purports to show child in Homs treated with mud for burns sustained by what activists say were incendiary weapons.

Syrian child 'treated with mud' for severe burn wounds

War & Conflict

Q&A: Geneva talks 'could end Yemen conflict'

Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, the UN Special Envoy for Yemen discusses the importance of the upcoming Geneva peace talks.

Q&A: Geneva talks 'could end Yemen conflict'

Counting the Cost

One year of Modinomics

Prashant Sawant, an economist at Verisk Maplecroft, discusses Narendra Modi's impact on India's economy.

One year of Modinomics

Politics

Nepalis slam Indian media for using quake for PR

#GoHomeIndianMedia trends on social platforms as journalists are criticised for perceived patriotic reporting.

Nepalis slam Indian media for using quake for PR

War & Conflict

Infographic: Yemen, a fragile unity

Al Jazeera maps the divisions that continue to plague the country 20 years after the outbreak of civil war.

Infographic: Yemen, a fragile unity