Shereena Qazi

Shereena Qazi

Shereena is an online journalist with Al Jazeera English. She covers stories in Afghanistan and Pakistan and reports on war, conflict, militancy, politics and human rights.

Refugees

The dilemma of Afghan asylum seekers in Europe

Undocumented Afghans in Europe are given a choice of voluntarily returning to their country, or getting deported.

The dilemma of Afghan asylum seekers in Europe

Asia

Military blunders continue after MSF Kunduz bombing

Two years after US air raids killed 42 people at an MSF hospital, Afghans fear for their lives amid series of mistakes.

Military blunders continue after MSF Kunduz bombing

Europe

French parliament approves new anti-terrorism law

Activists fear the new law will create a permanent emergency situation in the country.

French parliament approves new anti-terrorism law

Asia

Afghans on US troop increase: 'Will it make us safer?'

Afghans say Trump's new strategy does not address issues such as unemployment, corruption and safety of civilians.

Afghans on US troop increase: 'Will it make us safer?'

Asia

Civilians armed to protect mosques during Ashoura

People in Kabul raise concerns at arming of civilians to guard Shia places of worship during Muharram.

Civilians armed to protect mosques during Ashoura

Asia

Father of robotics team member killed in Herat attack

Father of Fatemah Qaderyan, who shot to fame by leading team travelling to US, was injured in ISIL's Herat assault.

Father of robotics team member killed in Herat attack

Asia

Funerals, protests for Herat mosque bombing victims

Anger grows amid spate of attacks, the deadliest of which was claimed by ISIL and killed 29 Shia Muslims in a mosque.

Funerals, protests for Herat mosque bombing victims

Qatar

Afghan Taliban: Qatar plays major role in peace talks

Comments come as email leak suggests Emirati FM was disappointed US chose Doha over Abu Dhabi to host group's office.

Afghan Taliban: Qatar plays major role in peace talks

Asia

Man and two sons killed by US troops in Nangarhar

A man and his two young sons were killed in Nangarhar when US troops opened fire after their vehicle hit a bomb.

Man and two sons killed by US troops in Nangarhar

Asia

Fear penetrates Kabul after deadly cycle of violence

Streets in Afghan capital largely empty as residents say they feel unprotected after multiple attacks in recent days.

Fear penetrates Kabul after deadly cycle of violence

Asia

Afghan plane forced to fly back after MPs miss flight

MPs deny involvement, but aviation bosses open probe after Bamiyan-bound plane is forcefully diverted back to Kabul.

Afghan plane forced to fly back after MPs miss flight

Asia

Hezb-i-Islami's Hekmatyar to Taliban: Lay down arms

At first public gathering in 20 years, controversial Afghan leader calls on fighters to come to the negotiating table.

Hezb-i-Islami's Hekmatyar to Taliban: Lay down arms