Jamela Alindogan

Jamela Alindogan

Philippines

Philippines: Birthplace of Maute group in ruins after conflict

Butig is the birthplace of the ISIL-linked Maute group that first launched its armed assault against the nation's military last year.

Philippines: Birthplace of Maute group in ruins after conflict

Asia Pacific

China backs UN sanctions on North Korea as ASEAN summit held

Global pressure is mounting on North Korea after its ally China joined the rest of the UN Security Council to impose crippling new sanctions on Pyongyang.

China backs UN sanctions on North Korea as ASEAN summit held

Philippines

Philippines: Civilians suffer in battle for Marawi

The Philippine military says ISIL-inspired fighters in the southern city of Marawi are nearly defeated.

Philippines: Civilians suffer in battle for Marawi

Asia Pacific

Philippines: Civilians caught in Marawi fighting

Fighting continues in the southern Philippines, two months after the ISIL-affiliated Maute armed group took control of parts of Marawi City.

Philippines: Civilians caught in Marawi fighting

Asia Pacific

The girl and her red shoes: A haunting story from Marawi

Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan writes about about the story from the Philippine's Marawi that continues to haunt her.

The girl and her red shoes: A haunting story from Marawi

War & Conflict

Residents mourn battle-ridden Philippine city of Marawi

As government forces clash with ISIL-linked fighters, those who call the city home bear the brunt.

Residents mourn battle-ridden Philippine city of Marawi

War & Conflict

Marawi: A scarred city of Philippines

Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan writes about her journey when covering the battle for control of Marawi.

Marawi: A scarred city of Philippines

Philippines

President Duterte has high approval ratings despite first year

The President of the Philippines still has high approval ratings one year from when he was sworn into office. But human rights activists accuse Duterte of condoning hundreds of extrajudicial killings as his government cracked down on illegal drugs.

President Duterte has high approval ratings  despite first year

Asia Pacific

In Philippines' Marawi, Muslims celebrate 'gloomy' Eid

Muslims in the southern Philippine city of Marawi are celebrating the Eid al-Fitr holiday in relief centres. The army has been battling ISIL-supporting gunmen for more than a month to regain control. Fighting has displaced around 300,000 people.

In Philippines' Marawi, Muslims celebrate 'gloomy' Eid

Asia Pacific

Philippines: Marawi suffers humanitarian crisis during siege

Government health agencies warn that the violence in the city of Marawi is causing a humanitarian crisis.

Philippines: Marawi suffers humanitarian crisis during siege

Philippines

Philippine army struggles to dislodge Maute fighters from Marawi

The Philippine army is struggling to dislodge Maute group fighters from their stronghold in the southern city of Marawi. The government says more than 200 members of an ISIL-inspired group have been killed since fighting broke out.

Philippine army struggles to dislodge Maute fighters from Marawi

Asia Pacific

Philippines claims control of 90 percent of Marawi

The Philippine government says its troops have taken control of 90 percent of a city that was seized by an ISIL-linked group last month. But around 150 rebels are still putting up a fight in Marawi.

Philippines claims control of 90 percent of Marawi