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Emma Hayward

Emma Hayward

Emma Hayward is a producer with Al Jazeera, based out of our London broadcast centre.

Asia

Security boosted in Kashmir ahead of Amarnath Yatra pilgrimage

Security is being boosted after an attack on a group last year.

Security boosted in Kashmir ahead of Amarnath Yatra pilgrimage

Europe

Windrush generation celebrates 70 years since arriving in the UK

The British government has apologised for the treatment of Caribbean immigrants known as the 'Windrush generation' and has promised celebrations to honour the migrants that helped rebuild the country after World War II.

Windrush generation celebrates 70 years since arriving in the UK

Europe

Slovenia elections: Anti-immigrant party set to make gains

Half a million people fleeing war and poverty passed through Slovenia in 2015 on their way to Western Europe, and since then migration has been pushed up the electoral agenda.

Slovenia elections: Anti-immigrant party set to make gains

Europe

Royal wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are married

Britain's Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle are now officially married.

Royal wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are married

Europe

Royal wedding fever has struck

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have already broken with tradition - by not inviting high-profile world leaders to their wedding.

Royal wedding fever has struck

Europe

AI being used for 'malicious purposes', warn experts

Leading experts in emerging technologies say cybercrime will grow and drones will be misused in the next decade.

AI being used for 'malicious purposes', warn experts

Arts & Culture

Diversity under the spotlight at London Fashion Week

The fashion industry in the UK employs nearly 900,000 people and the 2018 London Fashion Week includes initiatives to protect those working in the almost $42bn business.

Diversity under the spotlight at London Fashion Week

Business & Economy

In Scotland, dark side of cheaper fuel

So far in the UK, more than 65,000 people have lost their jobs owing to plummeting oil prices in the past year.

In Scotland, dark side of cheaper fuel

Science & Technology

Scientists study Russian city siege for survival clues

Russian researchers in St Petersburg believe their findings could help fight metabolic disorders in future generations.

Scientists study Russian city siege for survival clues

Arts & Culture

London's lost Tube stations to see commercial revival

Restaurants, art galleries and a cinema are proposed for one disused Mayfair station.

London's lost Tube stations to see commercial revival

Europe

Russia opposition will not be silenced

Though the big rallies might have stopped, they have not given up voicing their opposition to Putin's government.

Russia opposition will not be silenced

Europe

Dancing to the tune of the Africa Express

Musicians, DJs and producers are coming together to deliver African beats and music to the UK.

Dancing to the tune of the Africa Express