Jessica Hatcher

Jessica Hatcher


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Amid a dead­ly cholera out­break in an iso­lat­ed vil­lage, cen­tu­ry-old ves­sel is fer­ry­ing out sick and des­per­ate peo­ple.

Published On 25 May 2015

Pro­test­ers over­come eth­nic di­vi­sions to stand up against plans for an un­con­sti­tu­tion­al third-term in of­fice.

Published On 11 May 2015
Burundi protests [Jessica Hatcher /Al Jazeera]

Latvia has worked tire­less­ly to se­cure the free­dom from Egypt of its un­just­ly im­pris­oned cit­i­zen, Pe­ter Greste.

Published On 18 Dec 2014

Amid the on­go­ing vi­o­lence in South Su­dan, re­li­gious work­ers have held their ground and helped pro­tect civil­ians.

Published On 26 Mar 2014

The in­ter­na­tion­al ju­di­cial sys­tem could be help­ing to fuel the coun­try’s re­cent surge in con­flict.

Opinion by Jessica Hatcher
Published On 18 May 2012
Newly arrived refugee children from the DRC play outside their makeshift refugee camp at Bunagana near Kisoro town