Dorsa Jabbari

Dorsa Jabbari

Middle East

'Clear breach': Qatar Airways targets blockade nations for $5bn

Airline launches international arbitration against Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt for 2017 airspace ban.

'Clear breach': Qatar Airways targets blockade nations for $5bn

Middle East

Syria's healthcare system in shambles due to war

Years of war have devastated the health system, with aid agencies saying nearly 50 percent of the facilities are out of service.

Syria's healthcare system in shambles due to war

United States

New protests in Atlanta after police kill another man

Demonstrators are angry after Rayshard Brooks was shot by officers after a struggle at a fast-food restaurant, and died later in hospital.

New protests in Atlanta after police kill another man

Middle East

Qatar food security: Doha becomes less reliant on imported goods

How an economic blockade spurred Qatar to push for the top spot in food security in the Middle East and North Africa.

Qatar food security: Doha becomes less reliant on imported goods

Middle East

High voter turnout expected in Iran towns, villages

While turnout has normally been low in the capital, in surrounding towns and villages it is often a different story.

High voter turnout expected in Iran towns, villages

Middle East

Iranians mourn Soleimani's killing

Major-General Qassem Soleimani was killed in air strike ordered by United States President Donald Trump.

Iranians mourn Soleimani's killing

Middle East

Iraq protests: New nomination for prime minister due on Monday

Violent protests sparked by lack of opportunities grip Iraq as demonstrators take to streets demanding political change.

Iraq protests: New nomination for prime minister due on Monday

Middle East

Iraq unrest: Protester anger unabated, demands unchanged

Prime minister resigned but Iraqis are still protesting, say they will stay until the whole political class is replaced.

Iraq unrest: Protester anger unabated, demands unchanged

Middle East

Iran protests spike over fuel price rise

At least one person has been killed in protests after the price of fuel increased by up to 200 percent.

Iran protests spike over fuel price rise

Asia Pacific

New Zealand anniversary: 250 years since the British arrived

Controversy over marking day British colonialists landed as Maoris suffered under their rule.

New Zealand anniversary: 250 years since the British arrived

Iran

Exclusive: An inside look at an Iranian nuclear research facility

Al Jazeera granted rare access to only nuclear research facility in Iran where much-disputed 20 percent enriched uranium is being used.

Exclusive: An inside look at an Iranian nuclear research facility

Middle East

Iraq's Islamic seminaries revive since Saddam Hussein's death

During the rule of Saddam Hussein, the seminaries had their powers and number of students limited but now they are witnessing a revival.

Iraq's Islamic seminaries revive since Saddam Hussein's death