Glen Johnson

Glen Johnson

Johnson is a New Zealand reporter who worked as a foreign correspondent for more than a decade, mostly out of the Middle East and North Africa. 


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As Syr­ia’s civ­il war es­ca­lates along the Turk­ish bor­der, many in Turkey are ques­tion­ing the coun­try’s in­volve­ment.

Published On 15 Apr 2014

Do­mes­tic vi­o­lence has soared in the past decade, but shel­ters for abused women re­main scarce.

Published On 10 Feb 2014

A spate of kid­nap­pings over the past year adds a new di­men­sion to the dev­as­tat­ing civ­il war.

Published On 14 Oct 2013

Grim ex­is­tence for 4.5 mil­lion in­ter­nal­ly dis­placed peo­ple strug­gling to sur­vive in the war-torn coun­try.

Published On 18 Jul 2013

East African ivory and rhi­no horn con­tin­ue to be in high de­mand, de­spite in­ter­na­tion­al ef­forts.

Published On 29 Jun 2013
Western tourists will pay to see live elephants, not rotting carcasses [Glen Johnson/Al Jazeera]