Mersiha Gadzo

Mersiha Gadzo

Mersiha Gadzo is a journalist and online producer for Al Jazeera English. Prior to joining Al Jazeera she worked as a freelancer in Bosnia & Herzegovina and the occupied Palestinian territories.

Croatia

Croatia to pick new president in three-way race

The vote comes at a key time as Croatia is set to assume the six-month rotating EU presidency on January 1.

Croatia to pick new president in three-way race

Israel

Israel heads for third general election within a year

PM Benjamin Netanyahu and his main rival Benny Gantz both failed to form a government after an indecisive election.

Israel heads for third general election within a year

Music

Bosnia brings the Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra to Qatar

The orchestra plays in the Gulf state for the first time, aiming to promote Bosnian culture and artists.

Bosnia brings the Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra to Qatar

Bosnia

Serbia's defence ministry slammed for promoting revisionism

Book titled, Tuzla Gate: a staged tragedy, condemned as an attempt to deny war crimes by Serb forces in Bosnia.

Serbia's defence ministry slammed for promoting revisionism

Hezbollah

Lebanon protests: 'Difficult, delicate' situation for Hezbollah

Hezbollah is a major political force, having won 13 seats in the May 2018 elections and securing three cabinet posts.

Lebanon protests: 'Difficult, delicate' situation for Hezbollah

Middle East

'All of them': Lebanon protesters dig in after Nasrallah's speech

Protesters say their demands are 'clear' as Hezbollah leader warns a government resignation would create power vacuum.

'All of them': Lebanon protesters dig in after Nasrallah's speech

Lebanon

As Lebanon protests rage, political elite in a bind

After a week of mass demonstrations, protesters are refusing to leave the streets until the government steps down.

As Lebanon protests rage, political elite in a bind

Middle East

'Change the system': Lebanese protesters tell the government

Rejecting reform promises, thousands continue protests for sixth day demanding the government resign and hold election.

'Change the system': Lebanese protesters tell the government

Bosnia

Mothers of Srebrenica call for Handke's Nobel prize to be revoked

Group comprised of relatives of thousands massacred in 1995 say prestigious prize awarded to genocide denier.

Mothers of Srebrenica call for Handke's Nobel prize to be revoked

Israel

Israel seeking 'non-aggression' agreements with Gulf states

Israeli foreign minister says 'historic move' will pave way for peace pacts but analysts dub it 'wishful thinking'.

Israel seeking 'non-aggression' agreements with Gulf states

Kosovo

All you need to know about Kosovo's snap parliamentary elections

Europe's youngest country holds fourth parliamentary poll since independence from Serbia.

All you need to know about Kosovo's snap parliamentary elections

East Jerusalem

Israel arrests Palestine's Jerusalem Minister Fadi al-Hadami

Fadi al-Hadami arrested for second time in three months; Palestinians say it is part of a harassment campaign.

Israel arrests Palestine's Jerusalem Minister Fadi al-Hadami