Harry Fawcett

Harry Fawcett

While going in depth into the story-rich, but still somewhat under-reported place that is South Korea, Harry Fawcett also strives to bring comprehensive coverage of what's happening north of the border.

Harry began his career in local radio in the UK, before moving to ITN, and Channel Four News, with a year's freelancing in Australia. 

He joined Al Jazeera in Malaysia in 2008, and for the last few years he has been a regional correspondent covering the Asia-Pacific. 

Middle East

Netanyahu approves fast-tracking of bill to annex Jordan Valley

Before September's election, Netanyahu said he would annex the Jordan Valley if he won another term in office.

Netanyahu approves fast-tracking of bill to annex Jordan Valley

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Israel-Gaza ceasefire continues to hold

A shaky ceasefire has been tested after two rockets were fired towards an Israeli town and Israeli warplanes struck Hamas targets in Gaza in response.

Israel-Gaza ceasefire continues to hold

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Israeli army to probe 'unexpected' Gaza civilian deaths

Israel's military has pledged on Friday to investigate the death of civilians in Gaza after attacks targeting the Islamic Jihad group killed 34 Palestinians.

Israeli army to probe 'unexpected' Gaza civilian deaths

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Israel-Gaza clashes escalate after Islamic Jihad commander killed

Islamic Jihad promises to retaliate after Bahaa Abu al-Ata and his wife were killed by an Israeli air attack on Gaza City.

Israel-Gaza clashes escalate after Islamic Jihad commander killed

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West Jerusalem residents accuse police of neglecting Arab towns

A convoy hundreds of vehicles long has made its way to Jerusalem in the latest protest by Palestinian-Israeli citizens against violent crime.

West Jerusalem residents accuse police of neglecting Arab towns

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Israel's PM Netanyahu corruption: Pre-indictment hearing to begin

Netanyahu under pressure to form coalition but possible indictment means he faces pressure to step aside.

Israel's PM Netanyahu corruption: Pre-indictment hearing to begin

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Exit polls in Israeli elections predict close result

According to the first round of exit polls, Netanyahu and his right-wing coalition bloc have failed to secure the 61 seat majority they needed.

Exit polls in Israeli elections predict close result

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Israel elections: Voters head to polls again

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is promising to annex parts of the occupied and divided West Bank city of Hebron.

Israel elections: Voters head to polls again

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Hezbollah warning: Israel reveals 'intelligence' detail

Israeli forces near Lebanon have been pulled back from their border positions in recent days, as they wait for a promised attack by Hezbollah, in response to recent Israeli attacks.

Hezbollah warning: Israel reveals 'intelligence' detail

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Palestinian national day held as Israel withholds victims' bodies

Families of Palestinians whose bodies have been withheld by Israel have been marking an annual, national day, demanding their return.

Palestinian national day held as Israel withholds victims' bodies

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Palestinian artist Kamal Boullata buried in Jerusalem

His family fought for rare Israeli permission for him to be buried in occupied East Jerusalem.

Palestinian artist Kamal Boullata buried in Jerusalem

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Israel's right-wing nationalists target left-wing academics

A pro-Zionist organisation publicised what it says are left-wing academics undermining the Israeli state.

Israel's right-wing nationalists target left-wing academics