Nadim Baba

Nadim Baba

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

Europe

Parsons Green attack: UK police search house in Surrey

UK police are investigating whether several people were involved in Friday's bomb attack on a London Underground train, which injured 29 people.

Parsons Green attack: UK police search house in Surrey

Europe

Protesters oppose weapons sale to Saudis in London arms fair

The UK's multi-billion dollar arms sales to Saudi Arabia have been the focus of protests at an arms fair in London.

Protesters oppose weapons sale to Saudis in London arms fair

Europe

Europe's largest arms fair opens in the UK

Britain's international trade secretary has claimed the UK's arms industry, worth nearly $8bn a year, is vital for global security. Liam Fox was speaking at the opening of of the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI 2017).

Europe's largest arms fair opens in the UK

Middle East

Yemenis depend on solar power amid war

Since 2015, the city of Taiz in southwest Yemen has seen heavy fighting between Houthi rebels and government forces backed by a Saudi-led coalition. The war-torn country has also been hit by deadly floods in recent weeks.

Yemenis depend on solar power amid war

Europe

Queensferry Crossing: Scotland's record breaking bridge opens

A new bridge is breaking records and turning heads near Edinburgh, with the Scottish government boasting that it's one of the greatest in the world.

Queensferry Crossing: Scotland's record breaking bridge opens

Europe

London’s Tooting neighbourhood is officially ‘cool’

London’s Tooting area has been named as one of the 10 coolest neighbourhoods in the world by The Lonely Planet.

London’s Tooting neighbourhood is officially ‘cool’

Africa

NBA to stage Africa event in Johannesburg

The second edition of the NBA Africa event is taking place in South Africa as the North American league bids to boost its popularity in the continent. Some of basketball's biggest names are in Africa for the event.

NBA to stage Africa event in Johannesburg

United Kingdom

Postal Museum opens in London

Museum dedicated to secret railway postal service that operated under the streets of UK's capital has opened in London.

Postal Museum opens in London

Europe

Italy: Rome may start rationing water due to prolonged drought

People living in Rome, Italy's capital, may start having their water supply rationed to deal with a prolonged drought that has hit much of the country.

Italy: Rome may start rationing water due to prolonged drought

Europe

UK to ban sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2040

The British government has said it will ban the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars by 2040 as part of an effort to curb pollution.

UK to ban sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2040

Europe

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.

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

Europe

UK: Great Repeal Bill to change EU laws

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

UK: Great Repeal Bill to change EU laws