Mohammed Jamjoom

Mohammed Jamjoom

Mohammed Jamjoom is a correspondent for Al Jazeera English.

Middle East

UN: Yemen faces world’s ‘largest food insecurity crisis’

The United Nations says Yemen, which is facing the world's worst case of famine in decades, will suffer more unless the Saudi-led coalition battling Houthi rebels, who are based in the capital Sanaa, allows aid into the country.

UN: Yemen faces world’s ‘largest food insecurity crisis’

Middle East

'Situation is catastrophic' as Saudi tightens blockade on Yemen

Saudi Arabia has tightened its land, air and sea blockade on Yemen in response to a missile attack by Houthi rebels earlier this week.

'Situation is catastrophic' as Saudi tightens blockade on Yemen

Human Rights

Aid groups appeal for funds to tackle Rohingya crisis

Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, the United Nations rights chief, has threatened to push for international intervention as Myanmar's military reportedly continues carrying out atrocities against Rohingya civilians.

Aid groups appeal for funds to tackle Rohingya crisis

Asia

Rohingya survivor: The army threw my baby into a fire

A Rohingya mother describes the night she was raped and her baby son was brutally murdered by the Myanmar army.

Rohingya survivor: The army threw my baby into a fire

Asia

Rohingya testimonies of Myanmar atrocities mount

In a makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar in neighbouring Bangladesh, Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Jamjoom met a young refugee who survived an attack by the army on the day Human Rights Watch says mass killings were carried out.

Rohingya testimonies of Myanmar atrocities mount

Middle East

A look at Russia's involvement in Syria's civil war

It's been two years since Russia intervened in Syria’s civil war that has killed hundreds of thousands of people.

A look at Russia's involvement in Syria's civil war

Middle East

Syrian children forced to work to support families in Lebanon

Enrolment levels for refugee children are increasing, but numbers still nowhere near where aid workers say they should be.

Syrian children forced to work to support families in Lebanon

Middle East

Syrian refugee children working to support families in Lebanon

Enrollment levels for refugee children are increasing in Lebanon, but the numbers are still nowhere near where aid workers say they should be. And many children are still forced to work to support their families.

Syrian refugee children working to support families in Lebanon

Middle East

Multiple front lines in fight against ISIL in Syria’s Deir Az Zor

The Syrian Army has broken ISIL's siege of an airbase south of Deir Az Zor, while the Syrian Democratic Forces, backed by the US, are attacking from the north of the city. So far, the rival campaigns have mostly stayed out of each other's way.

Multiple front lines in fight against ISIL in Syria’s Deir Az Zor

Middle East

Lebanon mourns soldiers killed in ISIL captivity

Lebanon is observing a national day of mourning to honour 10 soldiers killed while being held captive by ISIL. Their bodies were recovered from the Syria-Lebanon border as part of a ceasefire deal in the area.

Lebanon mourns soldiers killed in ISIL captivity

Middle East

UN accuses Saudi, UAE of funding armed groups in Yemen

A confidential report by the United Nations accuses Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates of financing armed groups in Yemen. It also accuses all parties of violating international humanitarian laws in a war that has killed thousands of people.

UN accuses Saudi, UAE of funding armed groups in Yemen

Middle East

Abandoned zoo animals from Syria's Aleppo find refuge in Turkey

Animals have increasingly also become victims of the war in Syria that has killed hundreds of thousands of civilians and displaced millions of others.

Abandoned zoo animals from Syria's Aleppo find refuge in Turkey