Leah Harding

Leah Harding

Leah Harding is a presenter on #AJNewsGrid on Al Jazeera English. Leah speaks Arabic and reports on international stories.

Qatar 2022

Qatar to build 'reusable' FIFA World Cup stadium

Once completed, it will be the first FIFA World Cup stadium that can be fully dismantled.

Qatar to build 'reusable' FIFA World Cup stadium

Europe

Paragliding world champs: 150 pilots compete for titles

Air sports have provided a 50 percent boost to tourism in Krushevo, which will be an official world training site next year.

Paragliding world champs: 150 pilots compete for titles

Africa

Ethiopia suffers from lack of doctors for physical therapy

For an estimated 105 million people in the country, there are only 17 doctors for physical therapy.

Ethiopia suffers from lack of doctors for physical therapy

Africa

Well rehab programme brings new life to rural Ethiopia

In some of Ethiopia's remote villages, aid agencies are helping restore access to clean water.

Well rehab programme brings new life to rural Ethiopia

Middle East

Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia battle rising cost of living

As more people move to Addis Ababa seeking a new life, space becomes more limited and housing prices go up.

Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia battle rising cost of living

Sport

Shoe blowout, injury raises fears for NBA's likely #1 pick

Zion Williamson's Nike shoe exploded during Duke's showdown with archrivals, the University of North Carolina.

Shoe blowout, injury raises fears for NBA's likely #1 pick

Qatar

Man on mission to travel to every country without planes

Torbjorn Pedersen, from Denmark, is trying to become the first person to travel the entire world only on buses, cars, trains and ships.

Man on mission to travel to every country without planes

Africa

A look at Cameroon's language divide

English speakers in Cameroon are demanding an end to what they say is discrimination by the French-speaking majority.

A look at Cameroon's language divide

Cameroon

Online campaign to free journalist Patrice Nganang in Cameroon

English speakers in Cameroon are demanding an end to what they say is discrimination by the French-speaking majority.

Online campaign to free journalist Patrice Nganang in Cameroon

Africa

Linguistic tensions boil over in Cameroon

English-speaking population stage protests in the latest in a series of actions against their perceived marginalisation.

Linguistic tensions boil over in Cameroon

Latin America

Venezuelan violinist detained over anti-Maduro protests

Violinist Wuilly Artiaga is facing years in prison after he was arrested and charged with instigating violence.

Venezuelan violinist detained over anti-Maduro protests

Africa

Nigerians tell absent Buhari: 'Resume or resign'

President under growing pressure after spending more than 90 days abroad seeking treatment for an unspecified illness.

Nigerians tell absent Buhari: 'Resume or resign'