Jaclynn Ashly

Jaclynn Ashly

Tanzania

Is Tanzania covering up the real number of coronavirus deaths?

Suspicion over official COVID-19 numbers grows as critics accuse gov't of of failing to inform public on true extent.

Is Tanzania covering up the real number of coronavirus deaths?

Coronavirus pandemic

'We feel abandoned': HIV positive Tanzanians brace for COVID-19

High-risk and vulnerable members of Tanzania's population call for greater assistance amid the coronavirus pandemic.

'We feel abandoned': HIV positive Tanzanians brace for COVID-19

Middle East

Palestinians wary of Israel's checkpoint changes

Israel says renovations could boost West Bank economy but Palestinians say measures are self-serving propaganda.

Palestinians wary of Israel's checkpoint changes

Arts & Culture

Eurovision vs Globalvision: An artistic response

Boycotting Israel, Palestinian, Israeli and international artists put on a global alternative to Eurovision.

Eurovision vs Globalvision: An artistic response

Occupied West Bank

Has Israel already annexed the West Bank?

While official annexation would be seen as a dramatic escalation, many Palestinians feel the area is already annexed.

Has Israel already annexed the West Bank?

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Israel's Checkpoint 300: Suffocation and broken ribs at rush hour

Palestinian workers say conditions at the notorious checkpoint in occupied West Bank have worsened over the last months.

Israel's Checkpoint 300: Suffocation and broken ribs at rush hour

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Israeli army, settlers 'routinely harass' Nablus students

West Bank school's staff documented 65 Israeli violations during first semester, at least three more since January 24.

Israeli army, settlers 'routinely harass' Nablus students

Palestine

The Palestinian home hemmed in by Israel's separation wall

Hani Amer's family struggles with living in a home surrounded by Israel's separation barrier in occupied West Bank.

The Palestinian home hemmed in by Israel's separation wall

Palestine

'We want it cancelled': Palestinians protest social security law

Workers argue that the government is 'not listening' to their concerns but minister says special committee formed.

'We want it cancelled': Palestinians protest social security law

East Jerusalem

Aziz Abu Sarah wants to be mayor of Jerusalem and is suing Israel

A Palestinian in occupied East Jerusalem is breaking boundaries, suing Israel in hopes of running for the seat of mayor.

Aziz Abu Sarah wants to be mayor of Jerusalem and is suing Israel

Palestine

Palestinian teen activist Ahed Tamimi freed from jail

Tamimi was arrested after a video of her slapping and hitting two Israeli soldiers went viral.

Palestinian teen activist Ahed Tamimi freed from jail

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Palestinians risk losing Jerusalem ID over Israel loyalty law

Israel revoking residencies of Jerusalemites over 'breach of loyalty' is rendering them stateless, rights groups say.

Palestinians risk losing Jerusalem ID over Israel loyalty law