Mersiha Gadzo

Mersiha Gadzo

Gaza

After over 100 days of mass demonstrations, what's next for Gaza?

Nearly four months on, Great March of Return participants reflect on the movement and Gaza's future.

After over 100 days of mass demonstrations, what's next for Gaza?

Gaza

Israeli forces 'deliberately killed' Palestinian paramedic Razan

Probe by Israeli rights group B'Tselem concludes that intentional fatal shot was fired at the Palestinian paramedic.

Israeli forces 'deliberately killed' Palestinian paramedic Razan

Gaza

'Death penalty': Gaza merchants suffer as trade crossing shuts

After Israel's measure, 55 percent of goods can no longer enter the Gaza Strip, exacerbating already dire conditions.

'Death penalty': Gaza merchants suffer as trade crossing shuts

Bosnia

11 Lessons about Srebrenica genocide 'unwelcome' in Brussels

Exhibit that was scheduled be held in European Parliament cancelled after certain members disapproved of its content.

11 Lessons about Srebrenica genocide 'unwelcome' in Brussels

Canada

Canadians call on Trudeau to follow through with support for Gaza

Canada's PM has expressed support in written statements but has failed to follow through with action, critics say.

Canadians call on Trudeau to follow through with support for Gaza

Gaza

The wounded Palestinians 'punished' for protesting in Gaza

Israel has approved permits for only a third of injured demonstrators to cross Erez checkpoint for treatment, WHO says.

The wounded Palestinians 'punished' for protesting in Gaza

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Palestinian medics struggle to provide healthcare amid attacks

Occupied Territories experience second-highest number of attacks on health workers after Syria.

Palestinian medics struggle to provide healthcare amid attacks

Turkey

Turkish elections: Erdogan holds rally in Bosnia's Sarajevo

President turns to Bosnia to rally expatriates after several EU countries ban Turkish campaigning on their soil.

Turkish elections: Erdogan holds rally in Bosnia's Sarajevo

Bosnia

From child of Bosnian war to jiu-jitsu world champion

Almir Kapic has become a national example in Bosnia of what an underdog can achieve with hard work despite the odds.

From child of Bosnian war to jiu-jitsu world champion

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Palestinians face explosive bullets, dangerous gas bombs

Demonstrators suffer wounds of 'unusual severity' as Israeli forces introduce deadlier weapons in Gaza protests

Palestinians face explosive bullets, dangerous gas bombs

Iran

Is Iran really a nuclear threat?

Investigative journalist Gareth Porter dispels some of the myths surrounding Iran's nuclear programme.

Is Iran really a nuclear threat?

Palestine

The Palestinian women at the forefront of Gaza's protests

In socially conservative Gaza, women have been leading the Great Return March movement, uniting all Palestinians.

The Palestinian women at the forefront of Gaza's protests