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

Russian army showcases heavy metal at Nashestvie rock festival

Russia's biggest rock festival has become an unlikely stage for military hardware between musical acts.

Russian army showcases heavy metal at Nashestvie rock festival

Middle East

Life in Gaza: Palestinians' struggle to survive

In the midst of the economic struggle to survive, Palestinians in Gaza are dealing with a mental health crisis as new traumas compound old ones.

Life in Gaza: Palestinians' struggle to survive

War & Conflict

Cleaning up Mosul: Challenge to identify the dead

More than 3,000 bodies have been recovered after the fighting ended in Mosul; some are ISIL fighters, but it is civilians who paid the highest price in the battle for the Iraqi city.

Cleaning up Mosul: Challenge to identify the dead

Africa

Shrinking Lake Chad to worsen hunger crisis in Africa

African leaders are gathering in the Nigerian capital to address the urgent needs of about 17 million people who depend on Lake Chad.

Shrinking Lake Chad to worsen hunger crisis in Africa

South Africa

South Africa: Ramaphosa's major challenges after Zuma

After the celebrations of Ramaphosa's election die down, focus will shift to what needs to be done to improve life for South Africans.

South Africa: Ramaphosa's major challenges after Zuma

Middle East

Yemen: no food, no medicine, no water

The war in Yemen grinds on, as does its human toll. Starvation, disease and physical danger are realities of life for most Yemenis.

Yemen: no food, no medicine, no water

Middle East

Palestinian leaders face growing criticism over US Jerusalem move

Palestinian anger at the US decision on Jerusalem has not only been directed at Washington.

Palestinian leaders face growing criticism over US Jerusalem move

Yemen

How the Yemen conflict began

The war in Yemen has its origins in the failure of a political transition following the 2011 Arab Spring.

How the Yemen conflict began

Middle East

Palestine's Idhna struggles with e-waste

Around half of the e-waste generated in Israel finds its way to the occupied West Bank.

Palestine's Idhna struggles with e-waste

Europe

Spanish Senate to vote on taking over Catalonia

Spain's Senate votes on Friday on whether to trigger the constitution's Article 155, which would allow Madrid to directly administer Catalonia.

Spanish Senate to vote on taking over Catalonia

Refugees

Italy’s 'ghost boats' depict refugees' high-risk journeys

A recent rise in the number of boats abandoned by refugees in the Italian island of Sicily has transformed parts of its coastal landscape.

Italy’s 'ghost boats' depict refugees' high-risk journeys

Europe

First Brexit and Catalonia, now Italy holds autonomy referendum

Italy's wealthy northern regions of Lombardy and Veneto are going to vote on whether to take more control over their own affairs. The result of the ballots will not be binding.

First Brexit and Catalonia, now Italy holds autonomy referendum