Loes Witschge

Loes Witschge

Loes Witschge is a journalist and producer at Al Jazeera English online. 

Human Rights

Chile: Forced to work for Pinochet

A son's journey into his father's dark past to find out why he had to flee Chile during the military dictatorship.

Chile: Forced to work for Pinochet

In Pictures

The legally blind photographer capturing refugee life

A legally blind Syrian refugee photographs life in the camps of Lebanon and his family's new start in Canada.

The legally blind photographer capturing refugee life

MH17

Justice elusive 3 years from MH17 crash in east Ukraine

Relatives still await justice for downing of Malaysia Airlines civilian flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine three years ago

Justice elusive 3 years from MH17 crash in east Ukraine

Environment

As Trump ditches Paris, California leads on environment

Meeting Xi Jinping in China, Governor Jerry Brown steps up as the global face of progressive climate policy in the US.

As Trump ditches Paris, California leads on environment

Environment

Q&A: Jill Farrant on breeding drought-resistant crops

South African scientist Jill Farrant on how drought-tolerant "resurrection plants" could boost food security in Africa.

Q&A: Jill Farrant on breeding drought-resistant crops

Panama

Living with Down syndrome: 'It's a genetic accident'

Life according to Maria Jose Paiz Arias, a 19-year-old Panamanian woman with big ambitions - and Down syndrome.

Living with Down syndrome: 'It's a genetic accident'

US & Canada

After death row: An unlikely love story

Shujaa Graham is one of 157 death row exonerees in the US. He and his partner Phyllis Prentice tell their story.

After death row: An unlikely love story