Faras Ghani

Faras Ghani

Faras Ghani is a deputy online editor at Al Jazeera English. He is also author of the book 'Champions, again'.

Migrants

UN members adopt global migration pact

Leaders from 164 countries agree UN migration accord spurned by the United States and several other countries.

UN members adopt global migration pact

Migrants

Can a two-day conference solve the world's migration issues?

The UN is urging member nations to reach an agreement in Morocco on a framework for global migration issues.

Can a two-day conference solve the world's migration issues?

Business & Economy

The designer keeping embroidery tradition alive in Morocco

Fadila el Gadi has opened a school that teaches underprivileged children in Morocco the 'dying art' of embroidery.

The designer keeping embroidery tradition alive in Morocco

Morocco

Raped, abused and harassed: Tale of female migrants in Morocco

A third of female migrants were abused on their way, research shows. The suffering doesn't end when they reach Morocco.

Raped, abused and harassed: Tale of female migrants in Morocco

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Q&A: Conflict, resistance hampering WHO's Ebola efforts in DRC

WHO's Africa director talks about the Ebola crisis and the resistance met while trying to tackle the outbreak in DRC.

Q&A: Conflict, resistance hampering WHO's Ebola efforts in DRC

Refugees

The forest sheltering African migrants in Morocco

Just over 20km from Spain’s southern tip, the forest in Tangier acts as a last stop for those aiming to reach Europe.

The forest sheltering African migrants in Morocco

Human Rights

Q&A: Morocco's border chief hits back at criticism over migrants

Morocco's treatment of African migrants, hoping to settle in the country or go to Spain, has been under the spotlight.

Q&A: Morocco's border chief hits back at criticism over migrants

Human Rights

Morocco under the spotlight for treatment of African migrants

Searching for jobs and a 'better life', African migrants brave the dangerous journey to Morocco hoping to reach Spain.

Morocco under the spotlight for treatment of African migrants

Business & Economy

Why are humans killing 100 million sharks every year?

Increasing consumption of shark fin soup and illegal fishing may lead to extinction of certain species, experts warn.

Why are humans killing 100 million sharks every year?

South Korea

Prison Inside Me: Providing Koreans peace and solitude in a cell

Centre in Korea providing busy, stressed out and frazzled Koreans a chance at tranquility and self-reflection.

Prison Inside Me: Providing Koreans peace and solitude in a cell

South Korea

Shin Ji-ye and her aim to challenge sexism in Korean politics

Al Jazeera speaks to 28-year-old Shin, who ran for Seoul mayor in June, about sexism and obstacles in politics.

Shin Ji-ye and her aim to challenge sexism in Korean politics

Human Rights

Up to $10,000: What migrant workers pay for a job in GCC

There are growing concerns about unauthorised agent fees low-skilled migrant workers are forced to pay to land a job.

Up to $10,000: What migrant workers pay for a job in GCC