Zeina Khodr

Zeina Khodr is a roving correspondent based out of Doha. She has been working with Al Jazeera English since the launch of the channel in 2006. Khodr has done a lot of work in conflict areas particularly in Syria, Iraq and Libya. Since the Arab spring, Khodr has been mainly covering the upheavals in the Arab world. Before that, she spent time covering Afghanistan and Pakistan 

Khodr's coverage of the uprising in Tripoli and the fall of the Libyan capital was nominated at the Monte Carlo TV and Film Festival as well as at the Emmy Awards. In December 2011, she also won a Sky Women In TV and Film award in the category "The ITV Achievement Of The Year Award" for  her Fall of Tripoli news coverage.

Syria's Civil War

Russia in search of a new strategy in Syria

As US-led coalition refuses to coordinate actions with Russia in Syria, Moscow seems to be realigning its objectives.

Syria's Civil War

Syria civil war: The message from Moscow

Facts on the ground show Moscow may be justifying and paving the way for a large-scale offensive against al-Nusra.

War & Conflict

Russian ground operation in Syria 'under discussion'

Kremlin insider tells Al Jazeera that Moscow is considering sending special forces to fight against Syrian rebel groups.


Is Assad's regime losing momentum?

Government air strikes and promises of counter-offensive fail to dislodge rebel forces as Russia reduces air support.

War & Conflict

Not all players on board the US-Russia talks on Syria

Talks to end Syria conflict may end up without the required results as stakeholders are on different wavelengths.


Desperate refugees still struggling to reach Greece

Limited options dominate the current situation for stranded refugees after the EU-Turkey deal comes into force.


Refugees stuck in Idomeni: Questions but no answers

Thousands stuck at a makeshift camp across Greek-Macedonian border are clueless about what is going to happen next.


A day in Idomeni

Tens of thousands of refugees stuck at the Greece-Macedonia border refuse to move to government-run camps.


The shifting lines in Syria

Syrians living in rebel-controlled areas fear a deal between Russia and the US has already been agreed.

War & Conflict

Fragmentation casts doubt over Libya unity deal

An agreement without the country's main political and military actors could be a recipe for even more violence.

War & Conflict

Syrian opposition groups discuss peace push

Three-day conference gets under way in Saudi capital Riyadh without Kurdish groups, which are holding their own meeting.

War & Conflict

Russia hits back at Turkey by changing Syria 'game'

Moscow's retaliation after Turkey downed its military jet could tie Ankara's hands in Syria.