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."

Middle East

Iran lauds Trump's sacking of John Bolton

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani says the US should use the opportunity to ‘push warmongers aside’.

Iran lauds Trump's sacking of John Bolton

Middle East

50 years since Gaddafi came to power

Gaddafi had promised Libyans a life of prosperity based on the principles of al-Fateh Revolution, a socialist-based system for the masses.

50 years since Gaddafi came to power

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong protests: Youth try to define city's future

Carrie Lam says she wants to open a dialogue with the pro-democracy demonstrators but many of the youth do not trust her.

Hong Kong protests: Youth try to define city's future

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong: Missing British consulate worker's supporters protest

His case is likely to feed into the anger and suspicion among protesters who fear Beijing's growing influence in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong: Missing British consulate worker's supporters protest

Asia

Bangladesh's disappeared families demand release of detainees

Human rights groups say more than 400 people have disappeared in the last nine years, some have been found dead.

Bangladesh's disappeared families demand release of detainees

Middle East

Illegal cannabis production in West Bank rises as economy tanks

Drug raids in West Bank rise by 30 percent as struggling Palestinians turn to growing cannabis for Israeli market.

Illegal cannabis production in West Bank rises as economy tanks

Middle East

Syrian regime steps up attacks in southern Idlib

The latest air raids threaten the 2018 Sochi agreement which established a de-escalation zone in the area.

Syrian regime steps up attacks in southern Idlib

Latin America

Migrant caravan: Many struggling to cross into US

US authorities say nearly 3,000 people have now crossed in illegally and are being held in custody.

Migrant caravan: Many struggling to cross into US

Latin America

Mexico: American dream over for many migrants

Many have been turned away from the US-Mexico border, given a number and transported to the shelter.

Mexico: American dream over for many migrants

US & Canada

Migrant caravan faces obstacles, but border walls are not new

A fortified border, added personnel and a new technology have slowed the movement of asylum seekers over the past two decades.

Migrant caravan faces obstacles, but border walls are not new

Latin America

Migrants separated at US border: 'Don’t hurt my mamma or papa'

Al Jazeera captures the separation of families at the US-Mexico border.

Migrants separated at US border: 'Don’t hurt my mamma or papa'

Latin America

Migrant caravan causing Mexico businesses to suffer

Popotla was a popular tourist destination, now it houses thousands of asylum seekers trying to cross into the US.

Migrant caravan causing Mexico businesses to suffer