Ismaeel Naar is an online journalist with Al Jazeera English. He has previously worked for Euronews in Lyon and with the Financial Times in New York. Ismaeel covers stories in the Middle East, mainly the GCC, and reports on geopolitics and human rights. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Journalism and a certificate in Middle Eastern studies from Northwestern University in Qatar.
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Kuwait27 Jun 2015 13:50 GMT
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Human Rights16 Jun 2015 10:55 GMT
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Middle East02 May 2015 15:55 GMT
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Politics30 Apr 2015 09:35 GMT
Shake-up comes as the country attempts to assert regional leadership and reshape its ties with the West.
Politics22 Apr 2015 15:37 GMT
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Media09 Feb 2015 10:23 GMT
The unexplained closure of Alarab TV, 24 hours after its launch, has reignited concerns over press freedom.
Politics28 Jan 2015 07:23 GMT
Tensions still high after government charged opposition leader with inciting a change of government by force.
Politics27 Jan 2015 05:52 GMT
King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud faces significant challenges, both foreign and domestic, analysts say.
Politics24 Jan 2015 09:03 GMT
Reconfirmation of Muqrin bin Abdulaziz as heir and naming of first grandson as deputy attests shift in the royal court.
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