Sue Turton

Sue Turton

Sue Turton is an Al Jazeera correspondent who has covered Afghanistan, Libya and Syria extensively for the network.


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Sue Tur­ton re­turns to Afghanistan to shad­ow US Gen­er­al Nichol­son as he pur­sues the Trump ad­min­is­tra­tion’s new counter-in­sur­gency strat­e­gy in the war-torn coun­try.

Published On 17 May 2018
Sue Turton and John Nicholson

Kur­dish Pesh­mer­ga troops say that it’s time for the world to re­alise that they can’t fight the armed group alone.

Published On 24 Nov 2014

For all the mil­lion-dol­lar pledges, the chance of aid reach­ing some of the most in need is very slim.

Published On 31 Jan 2013

Get­ting med­ical aid to Syr­ia is not a po­lit­i­cal de­ci­sion – it is a hu­man­i­tar­i­an re­spon­si­bil­i­ty.

Published On 13 Sep 2012

Life in the small, north­west Syr­i­an town of Salma has be­come hell, says one pae­di­a­tri­cian, who has de­cid­ed to stay.

Published On 3 Sep 2012

De­sire for re­venge against state’s sym­bols of op­pres­sion are ev­i­dent in ar­eas where Free Syr­i­an Army has won con­trol.

Published On 3 Sep 2012