Natasha Ghoneim

Natasha Ghoneim

Health

WHO appeals for funds to combat malaria epidemic

The World Health Organization is appealing for more money to help fight malaria. Doctors are surprised by the number of deaths and rising infection rates, especially in India and some African countries.

WHO appeals for funds to combat malaria epidemic

Indonesia

Thousands of tourists stranded as Bali volcano erupts

An erupting volcano in the Indonesian island of Bali, a popular tourist attraction, has forced thousands to evacuate areas under threat of what experts are calling a potential catastrophe.

Thousands of tourists stranded as Bali volcano erupts

Yemen

Yemen blockade: Saudis not allowing vital aid in, officials say

Saudi Arabia claims the blockade is to close down arms smuggling to Houthi rebels, but the UN warns it has cut off essential aid to Yemen, which could face the worst famine in decades.

Yemen blockade: Saudis not allowing vital aid in, officials say

Asia

India's demonetisation anniversary highlights divisions

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has declared Wednesday "anti-black money day" to mark one year since the government withdrew most of the country's currency out of circulation.

India's demonetisation anniversary highlights divisions

Middle East

Saudi Arabia blames Iran for missile attack

Saudi Arabia has accused Iran of being responsible for Saturday's ballistic missile launched from Yemen that targeted Riyadh airport, warning that it could be "considered an act of war".

Saudi Arabia blames Iran for missile attack

Food

A look at Yemen's malnourishment problem

War in Yemen has left millions of people with inadequate access to food. Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim explains. Warning: Images may be disturbing for some viewers.

A look at Yemen's malnourishment problem

Pakistan

What US wants to achieve with Tillerson's Pakistan visit

Al Jazeera’s Natasha Ghoneim has more on what the Trump administration is hoping to achieve with the visit.

What US wants to achieve with Tillerson's Pakistan visit

Asia

Rex Tillerson to discuss US-Pakistan relations in Islamabad

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is on his first official visit to South Asia.

Rex Tillerson to discuss US-Pakistan relations in Islamabad

Middle East

Syria's war: Escape difficult from Hayt village

The week-old ceasefire in southwest Syria appears to be holding, but that is of little comfort for the people of Hayt.

Syria's war:  Escape difficult from Hayt village

Middle East

Basic needs trigger unusual survival ideas in Syria

The Syrian conflict has put people in some unimaginable situations.

Basic needs trigger unusual survival ideas in Syria

Middle East

Thousands of people still trapped in Raqqa, Syria

Thousands of Syrians remain trapped inside the city of Raqqa, the self-proclaimed capital of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group.

Thousands of people still trapped in Raqqa, Syria

Middle East

Toy guns and mental health: Syrian children play out war traumas

Psychiatrists in Syria are warning that playing with toy guns can be extremely harmful when children are stressed by war.

Toy guns and mental health: Syrian children play out war traumas