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Linah Alsaafin

Linah Alsaafin

Linah Alsaafin is an online producer with Al Jazeera English.

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'

Rohingya

Price hikes and jobs: How NGOs affect the economy in Cox's Bazar

Local Bangladeshis in host communities near Rohingya camps complain of rise in cost of living but others see benefits.

Price hikes and jobs: How NGOs affect the economy in Cox's Bazar

Asia

Bangladesh: Rohingya rape survivors battle stigma

In a community that considers victims of sexual violence a disgrace, women are left alone to suffer.

Bangladesh: Rohingya rape survivors battle stigma

Bangladesh

'Remembering how to be children': Young Rohingya overcome trauma

Child-friendly spaces offer Rohingya children counselling and life skills training, in respite from their dark reality.

'Remembering how to be children': Young Rohingya overcome trauma

Bangladesh

HRW: Rohingya must be moved to safer areas in Cox's Bazar

Rights group calls on Bangladesh to relocate Rohingya refugees at risk from landslides and floods during monsoon rains.

HRW: Rohingya must be moved to safer areas in Cox's Bazar

Myanmar

'For how long?': Displaced Rohingya lament life in no-man's land

Some 4,600 Rohingya live in a camp at Zero Point, barred from returning to their villages by Myanmar authorities.

'For how long?': Displaced Rohingya lament life in no-man's land

Syria's War

'They killed my love': Remembering photographer Niraz Saied

Years after his arrest by Syrian forces, award-winning photojournalist is confirmed dead, relatives say.

'They killed my love': Remembering photographer Niraz Saied

Middle East

One year after battle for Mosul, a city lies in ruins

After beating ISIL in Mosul, a tattered economy and mass devastation makes rebuilding Iraq's second city daunting task.

One year after battle for Mosul, a city lies in ruins

Middle East

Gaza family mourns slain son, 11: 'Not last child to be killed'

Yaser Abu al-Naja became the 16th Palestinian child to be killed by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip since March 30.

Gaza family mourns slain son, 11: 'Not last child to be killed'

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Can US plan for Middle East deliver peace?

As White House team visits region, what hope is there for unannounced US plan, pre-emptively rejected by Palestinians?

Can US plan for Middle East deliver peace?