Nadim Baba

Nadim Baba is a Senior Producer for Al Jazeera English based in London.


Poles protest over government's effort to 'boost legal influence'

Protesters in Poland's capital Warsaw say they will remain camped outside parliament until the government scraps a series of reforms of the legal system.


UK: Great Repeal Bill to change EU laws

The British government has unveiled the first piece of legislation to make Brexit a reality.


London Muslims Eid comes one week after attack

A van attack on worshippers in Finsbury Park - exactly one week ago – rocked the community in north London. Al Jazeera has been finding out how the Muslim community is helping people to deal with the tragedy.

United Kingdom

With one week until the UK votes, Labour narrows gap

Britons will head to the polls in one week to choose the next prime minister. Theresa May’s governing Conservative Party has a healthy lead over the Labour Party. But the left-wing opposition is steadily narrowing the gap.


UK urges public to remain vigilant after Manchester attack

The British government is urging the public to remain vigilant after Monday's blast at the Manchester Arena that killed 22 people and injured dozens of others.


Manchester attack sparks show of religious unity

Members of different faiths in Manchester have come to together in a show of unity after the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group claimed responsibility for a May 22 bombing that killed at least 22 people at the Manchester Arena.


Ecuador vote could decide Julian Assange's fate

The Ecuadorian election could decide the fate of the founder of anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks. Julian Assange has been taking political asylum at the Ecuadorian embassy in London for five years now.


Frustrated Palestinian teachers escalate strike action

Government under pressure as it refuses to pay teachers higher salaries in line with living costs.

Arts & Culture

Saudi romantic comedy creates buzz at Berlin film fest

Independent film-makers from Jeddah get a warm reception at Berlinale for their movie Barakah Meets Barakah.


London tube strike: A Long and tiring journey to work

In city of eight million people, action affecting London underground often has greater impact than in other capitals.


Politicising mourning in Srebrenica

As tens of thousands mourn the victims massacred in 1995, reconciliation seems a distant prospect.


Qatari cash divides Paris opinion

Parisians divided over offer of millions of Qatari dollars to regenerate some of the city's poorest suburbs.