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

Israel's far-right PM candidate seeks to annex Gaza, West Bank

Moshe Feiglin, who has seen a surge in polls, is a member of one of the country’s smaller but controversial parties vying for power as Benjamin Netanyahu battles to keep top post.

Israel's far-right PM candidate seeks to annex Gaza, West Bank

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Israel election: Can ex-army chief Gantz defeat PM Netanyahu?

As Israelis go to polls next week, most expect a keen contest between Prime Minister Netanyahu and his former army chief Benny Gantz.

Israel election: Can ex-army chief Gantz defeat PM Netanyahu?

Gaza

Gaza to mark anniversary of Great March of Return protests

The Great March of Return protests began on March 30 last year after a call to action against the Israeli siege.

Gaza to mark anniversary of Great March of Return protests

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Israeli leader Netanyahu warns Gaza he'll take further action

Israel boosts military forces abutting Gaza after Israeli air raids and Palestinian rocket fire.

Israeli leader Netanyahu warns Gaza he'll take further action

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Israel election committee bans Arab-Israeli coalition

The election committee of the Israeli parliament has banned an Arab party and a left-wing Jewish candidate from standing in April’s general election.

Israel election committee bans Arab-Israeli coalition

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Hebron massacre: Palestinians mark anniversary of settler attack

Palestinians at the West Bank are commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Ibrahimi Mosque massacre in Hebron.

Hebron massacre: Palestinians mark anniversary of settler attack

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Palestinians to protest on 25th anniversary of Hebron shooting

They are to protest against the divided, militarised nature of daily life in the part of Hebron.

Palestinians to protest on 25th anniversary of Hebron shooting

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25 years on, Palestinians mourn Hebron mosque killings

West Bank residents mark anniversary attack on Ibrahimi Mosque which deepened divisions and rent city.

25 years on, Palestinians mourn Hebron mosque killings

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Israel's Labor party fights to stay alive as April polls loom

It hasn't won an election since 1999, and Israeli politics have moved largely to the right since.

Israel's Labor party fights to stay alive as April polls loom

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Israel PM under rising pressure before parliamentary vote

Benjamin Netanyahu is facing pressure from three corruption cases, as well as a new political challenger, as his Likud Party gears up for the upcoming parliamentary elections.

Israel PM under rising pressure before parliamentary vote

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Israel ends international observer mission in Hebron

Netanyahu's critics say he Is getting rid of the observers to try and win votes.

Israel ends international observer mission in Hebron

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Social security tax: Palestinians protest new law

The Palestinian Authority has put its planned social security tax on hold after months of protests.

Social security tax: Palestinians protest new law