Hoda Abdel-Hamid

Hoda Abdel-Hamid

"Hoda Abdel-Hamid is an award-winning roving correspondent for Al Jazeera English. She has reported for Al Jazeera from across the Middle East, Europe and North Africa.

Hoda has also received a number of prestigious awards during her career as a broadcast journalist, including one at the Festival du film de Monaco and three Emmy Awards."

Europe

Italy's farmers strive to save businesses as pandemic bites

Farmers have banded together to get seasonal workers into the fields to save their businesses.

Italy's farmers strive to save businesses as pandemic bites

Asia

Afghan women concerned about resurgent Taliban

Women gained equal rights in the 2004 constitution, but nothing is guaranteed.

Afghan women concerned about resurgent Taliban

Asia

Afghanistan-Taliban talks at risk as unrest continues

There have been nearly 80 attacks in Afghanistan since the US and the Taliban signed a peace deal a week ago.

Afghanistan-Taliban talks at risk as unrest continues

Asia

Afghans react to US-Taliban deal: Mixture of hope and fear

Some Afghans believe the country will be better off with no foreign troops, while others fear the Taliban's return.

Afghans react to US-Taliban deal: Mixture of hope and fear

Asia

Afghanistan: Fears political divide may thwart peace deal

Despite recent reduction in violence, political divisions in Kabul may pose a challenge to ending the war against the Taliban.

Afghanistan: Fears political divide may thwart peace deal

Afghanistan

Afghanistan: Fears people with coronavirus will enter via Iran

Afghanistan has recorded its first coronavirus case, but can the country's healthcare system cope with a possible outbreak?

Afghanistan: Fears people with coronavirus will enter via Iran

Asia

Uzbekistan polls close: Observers criticise lack of choice

Beyond veil of authoritarianism, Uzbek voters are hoping for change, but human rights groups are raising concerns.

Uzbekistan polls close: Observers criticise lack of choice

Asia

Kyrgyzstan wildlife bounces back after hunting moratorium

Conservationists say animal numbers are increasing after government imposed a strict moratorium on hunting.

Kyrgyzstan wildlife bounces back after hunting moratorium

Asia

Kyrgyzstan to regulate religious schools

Bishkek plans to introduce laws in an effort to increase state control over religious schools, but some say move does not cater to Muslim-majority population.

Kyrgyzstan to regulate religious schools

Asia

Will a Central Asian border dispute be resolved soon?

A river canal network stretches across the Fergana Valley which is shared by Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.

Will a Central Asian border dispute be resolved soon?

Asia

Ending statelessness: Kyrgyz man honoured for his efforts

After the fall of the USSR, many people found themselves on the wrong side of the border without the proper documents.

Ending statelessness: Kyrgyz man honoured for his efforts

Asia

India builds first mass detention centre for 'illegal immigrants'

Nearly two million people - many of them Muslim - were left off the National Register of Citizens, published last month.

India builds first mass detention centre for 'illegal immigrants'