Alasdair Soussi

Alasdair Soussi

Alasdair Soussi is a freelance journalist, who has worked across Africa, Europe and the Middle East.

United Kingdom

Does Labour have an anti-Semitism problem?

Britons speak out about the anti-Semitism storm that has engulfed the UK's main opposition Labour Party.

Does Labour have an anti-Semitism problem?

United Kingdom

UK Muslim women on Boris Johnson's racist 'burka' comments

The former foreign secretary is yet to apologise for saying Muslims wearing the full face veil 'look like letter boxes'.

UK Muslim women on Boris Johnson's racist 'burka' comments

Europe

Northern Ireland one of 'most restrictive abortion regimes'

Ban, including in cases of rape, incest or fatal foetal abnormality, sees women travel to England for procedure.

Northern Ireland one of 'most restrictive abortion regimes'

Scotland

SNP report outlines new prospectus for Scottish independence

Mixed feelings among MSPs as Scottish Nationalist Party releases roadmap for potential independence.

SNP report outlines new prospectus for Scottish independence

Voices

Rana Husseini: The veteran reporter battling 'honour killings'

Journalist working to end violence against women on why she has hope, having spent decades supporting gender equality.

Rana Husseini: The veteran reporter battling 'honour killings'

Scotland

Scotland: Catalan separatist fighting Spanish extradition case

Former minister and pro-independence figure faces fight over possible extradition from Scotland over rebellion charges.

Scotland: Catalan separatist fighting Spanish extradition case

Middle East

Voices of the Palestinian diaspora: Nakba is an open wound

70 years on since the inception of Israel, Palestinian members of the diaspora remain committed to historic homeland.

Voices of the Palestinian diaspora: Nakba is an open wound

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Israel's walled-in approach to nationhood

Critics say Israel's controversial barriers to keep out 'wild beasts' are counterproductive to its security concerns.

Israel's walled-in approach to nationhood

Health

From Palestine to Fiji, untold flu stories 100 years on

One hundred years after the Spanish Flu outbreak that killed tens of millions, experts recount little known stories.

From Palestine to Fiji, untold flu stories 100 years on

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Life after the army: Israel's conscientious objectors

Al Jazeera speaks to several men who have quit the army over their moral objections to the occupation.

Life after the army: Israel's conscientious objectors

Health

Can minimum pricing help tackle alcoholism in Scotland?

Doctors hail Scottish government's plan to address culture of excessive drinking, but doubts remain over its effect.

Can minimum pricing help tackle alcoholism in Scotland?

Arts & Culture

Arab Image Foundation: Collecting photos for 20 years

A brief visual celebration of the Arab world as caught on film by some of the region's most prolific photographers.

Arab Image Foundation: Collecting photos for 20 years