Nicolas Haque is an Al Jazeera correspondent working out of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Theatre troupe in Dakar adapts one of its plays to discuss child marriage, which continues to be a problem.
23 Apr 2016 14:43 GMT | Arts & Culture, Africa, Senegal
Tired of telling stories of other people's cultures, a Senegalese animator has moved home to develop homegrown mangas.
06 Sep 2015 07:18 GMT | Senegal, Africa, Art
Muslim leader urges practitioners to abide by Islamic edicts of fighting pollution and preserving the environment.
05 Aug 2015 13:03 GMT | Environment, Religion, Africa, Senegal
African migrants who drown on their journey to Europe leave their families behind with an unspoken burden of loss.
Nicolas Haque | 17 Jun 2015 10:20 GMT | Humanitarian crises, Human Rights, Senegal, Africa
Unwanted in Myanmar, many seek refuge in one of impoverished Bangladesh’s most-deprived regions.
Nicolas Haque | 01 Aug 2012 16:03 GMT | Asia
The 22000 year old Madhupur forests will disappear within 10 years if adequate change aren't made to protect the forest.
Nicolas Haque | 02 Jul 2012 19:08 GMT | Asia
The South Asian nation contributes more personnel to UN's peacekeeping operations than any other country in the world.
Nicolas Haque | 29 May 2012 18:47 GMT | Politics, Bangladesh, Congo, Iraq, Pakistan
The Santals, the largest indigenous group on the Indian subcontinent, have always lived off of the land, but in recent years holding on to their ancestral grounds has become a struggle.
Nicolas Haque | 12 May 2012 05:48 GMT | Asia
Disappearance of leading opposition member highlights major shortcomings in country's justice system.
Nicolas Haque | 23 Apr 2012 09:08 GMT | Asia
Our correspondents navigates his way inside Indian Territory to a Bangladeshi enclave, where thousands get locked in and sealed off from outsiders upon nightfall.
Nicolas Haque | 06 Sep 2011 08:23 GMT | Asia
Bangladesh's Bhola Island succumbs to climate change displacing thousands.
Nicolas Haque | 07 Dec 2009 09:14 GMT | Environment, Bangladesh
She escaped death by firing squad with minutes to spare; now the fight is on to bring Filipina Mary Jane Veloso home.
Human Rights, Asia, Indonesia
An insight into Osama bin Laden's life through the eyes of people who knew him and met him.
War & Conflict, Osama bin Laden, Taliban
Norman Lamont, former British Chancellor of the Exchequer, on why he wants the UK to leave the European Union.
Brexit, United Kingdom, European Union
What is driving the story in Brazil, corruption or the media? Plus, how messaging apps are reshaping how news is shared.
Media, Brazil, Dilma Rousseff