Zeina Awad

Zeina Awad

Zeina Awad is an Al Jazeera correspondent for the award-winning Fault Lines current affairs programme. She is currently based in Washington DC. She's ... reported for news and current affairs from the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas


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How the US is in­vest­ing mil­lions into se­cu­ri­ty forces in Hon­duras, the coun­try at fore­front of Amer­i­ca’s war on drugs

Published On 10 Aug 2012

Two films, from thou­sands of kilo­me­tres apart, are cur­rent­ly mak­ing the film fes­ti­val rounds. Though they cov­er en­tire­ly dif­fer­ent worlds, the is­sues they raise around in­dige­nous peo­ple’s quest for jus­tice bring them clos­er to­geth­er than you might think.

Published On 3 May 2012

Prac­tis­ing jour­nal­ism car­ries in­her­ent risks, but fe­male jour­nal­ists still have to deal with gen­der-spe­cif­ic is­sues.

Published On 8 Mar 2012
Female journalist in Afghanistan

Pales­tin­ian Youth Or­ches­tra over­comes ob­sta­cles to amaze au­di­ences at Lebanese fes­ti­val.

Published On 15 Aug 2009
Palestine Youth Orchestra