Faras Ghani

Faras Ghani

Faras Ghani is an Online Editor at Al Jazeera English. He is also a author of the book 'Champions, again'.

Humanitarian crises

Black lives matter, 'even the ones drowning in the Mediterranean'

Europe's anti-migrant stance resulted in the deaths of thousands trying to flee persecution and conflict, analysts say.

Black lives matter, 'even the ones drowning in the Mediterranean'

Black Lives Matter protests

Black Lives Matter: Should sports and politics mix?

Athletes using sport as platform to highlight societal issues is not new, but backlash, hostility continues to be loud.

Black Lives Matter: Should sports and politics mix?

Qatar

How coronavirus shutdown affected Qatar's migrant workers

Despite the government's stimulus package, migrant workers employed by private companies are struggling to survive.

How coronavirus shutdown affected Qatar's migrant workers

Migrants

Libya: Coronavirus outbreak could be 'catastrophic' for migrants

Experts warn of dangers facing the 700,000 refugees and migrants already subjected to 'unimaginable horrors' in Libya.

Libya: Coronavirus outbreak could be 'catastrophic' for migrants

Health

Sanitary workers risk their lives despite spread of coronavirus

Sanitary workers around the world carry out life-threatening tasks, majority without access to the most basic hygiene.

Sanitary workers risk their lives despite spread of coronavirus

Libya

Libya's increase in conflict puts migrants at 'significant risk'

Human rights activists say increase in fighting in Libya places refugees and migrants in the line of fire.

Libya's increase in conflict puts migrants at 'significant risk'

Human Rights

Rape, abuse and violence: Female migrants' journey to Libya

A journey for a better life is 'marred by considerable risk of serious human rights violations and abuses'.

Rape, abuse and violence: Female migrants' journey to Libya

Migrants

Nearly 1,000 migrants 'returned to Libya' this year

Libyan coastguards intercepted the refugees and migrants and took them to detention centres, says the UN.

Nearly 1,000 migrants 'returned to Libya' this year

Humanitarian crises

'I'll die with no regrets': Risking their lives in Mediterranean

Violence and extortion in Libya forces refugees and migrants to risk the arduous sea journey to Europe.

'I'll die with no regrets': Risking their lives in Mediterranean

North Korea

End of the deadline: What now for US-North Korea talks?

Washington, DC, and Pyongyang criticised for squandering 'rare opportunity' in the last two years to iron out a deal.

End of the deadline: What now for US-North Korea talks?

Human Rights

Q&A: 'Complete disregard for migrants dying on the Mediterranean'

Rescue coordinator onboard the Ocean Viking shares his frustration with authorities' lack of will on the Mediterranean.

Q&A: 'Complete disregard for migrants dying on the Mediterranean'

Humanitarian crises

'Between life and death': Rescued migrants recall Libya 'hell'

Libya is major gateway for African migrants hoping to reach Europe but they face 'unimaginable horrors' in the country.

'Between life and death': Rescued migrants recall Libya 'hell'