Linah Alsaafin

Linah Alsaafin

Linah Alsaafin is an online producer with Al Jazeera English.

Middle East

Why are Arab leaders silent over Khashoggi's disappearance?

Arab leaders remain deafeningly silent on the case of Khashoggi's disappearance.

Why are Arab leaders silent over Khashoggi's disappearance?

Jamal Khashoggi

Khashoggi case: Is Saudi-Turkish investigation a mere formality?

Saudi-Turkish probe into disappearance represents a front to negotiate interests between the two nations, analysts say.

Khashoggi case: Is Saudi-Turkish investigation a mere formality?

Jamal Khashoggi

What is behind Turkey's strategy in handling the Khashoggi case?

Turkey is using the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi case for political leverage, analysts say.

What is behind Turkey's strategy in handling the Khashoggi case?

Bangladesh

Sanitary pads and panties: Rohingya women working to help others

Access to hygiene products has been made possible as Rohingya women in Kutupalong refugee camp produce pads and panties.

Sanitary pads and panties: Rohingya women working to help others

Middle East

Palestine: Demolishing Khan al-Ahmar

Israeli military set to expel 10,000 Bedouin residents to make way for a series of new Jewish-only residential units.

Palestine: Demolishing Khan al-Ahmar

Middle East

Palestinian talks: Egypt seeks to regain regional power

By acting as mediator between Palestinian factions and Israel, Egypt wants to reassert its regional role, analysts say.

Palestinian talks: Egypt seeks to regain regional power

Rohingya

Rohingya refugees made permanent: A cycle repeated

New infrastructure in Bangladesh's Rohingya camps, coupled with a stalled repatriation deal, spell out a permanent stay for refugees.

Rohingya refugees made permanent: A cycle repeated

Bangladesh

Rohingya crisis: One year on, do they want to return to Myanmar?

Al Jazeera spoke with Rohingya living in refugee camps in Cox's Bazar about their thoughts on repatriation.

Rohingya crisis: One year on, do they want to return to Myanmar?

Rohingya

Rohingya camps: Vaccination campaigns fight epidemics

The WHO and its more than 100 partners have administered immunisation campaigns in Rohingya camps.

Rohingya camps: Vaccination campaigns fight epidemics

Drugs

'I carry yaba to survive': Rohingya and Bangladesh's meth trade

Some Rohingya men are increasingly getting involved in peddling yaba, a popular methamphetamine in Bangladesh.

'I carry yaba to survive': Rohingya and Bangladesh's meth trade

Bangladesh

The woman leading the way for Rohingya at a Bangladesh camp

The first local election at a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh ended with half of chosen representatives being women.

The woman leading the way for Rohingya at a Bangladesh camp

Rohingya

Q&A: Bangladesh 'wants sustainable return for Rohingya'

Shahriar Alam, Bangladesh's state minister of foreign affairs, speaks to Al Jazeera about the Rohingya crisis.

Q&A: Bangladesh 'wants sustainable return for Rohingya'