John Terrett

John Terrett

John Terrett is a Washington DC based correspondent for al Jazeera English


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Stor­age of uniden­ti­fied re­mains and en­try fees are some of the con­tro­ver­sies when New York mu­se­um opens to the pub­lic.

Published On 13 Jul 2014

Au­thor­i­ties wor­ry that crim­i­nals will get hold of print­ing ma­chines and make their own weapons.

Published On 2 Jun 2013

Farm­ers in the US Mid­west are once again fac­ing dif­fi­cul­ty af­ter their crop is de­stroyed for the sec­ond year in a row.

Published On 28 Apr 2013

Guns N’ Races in Texas

De­bate over gun con­trol in­vades the sport­ing are­na as gun lob­by spon­sors key NASCAR race.

Published On 13 Apr 2013

Michi­gan, once a bas­tion of union labour in the US, has be­come the 24th state to adopt “Right To Work” laws

Published On 14 Jan 2013

Af­ter a long le­gal bat­tle, Fe­lipe Montes – who was de­port­ed to Mex­i­co in 2010 – will be re­unit­ed with his three sons.

Published On 3 Dec 2012

A huge com­mu­ni­ty of pho­tog­ra­phers love real film, and at least two glob­al com­pa­nies are dri­ving the hob­by.

Published On 24 Nov 2012

Crab­bing by tablet

Crab­bers in the US are re­plac­ing tra­di­tion­al means for new ways to log catch­es

Published On 2 Nov 2012