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.

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

Islamophobia

'Large increase in anti-Bosnian, anti-Muslim bigotry': Report

Serb and Croat politicians are increasingly using Islamophobic rhetoric with aim of dividing Bosnia, says new report.

'Large increase in anti-Bosnian, anti-Muslim bigotry': Report

Canada

Canadians seek cancellation of major arms deal with Saudi Arabia

Nine months after first announcing probe into $11.3bn deal, campaigners question why Ottawa has not announced outcome.

Canadians seek cancellation of major arms deal with Saudi Arabia

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

How 'archaeological settlements' are destroying Palestinian homes

Israel is creating an 'imaginary historical reality' with tunnel excavations in occupied East Jerusalem, NGO says.

How 'archaeological settlements' are destroying Palestinian homes

NATO

Bosnia as the new 'battleground' between NATO and Russia

Russia has been undermining Bosnia's stability to keep the country out of NATO, analysts say.

Bosnia as the new 'battleground' between NATO and Russia

Syria's War

Syria co-opting aid to entrench repressive policies: Report

Government's aid and reconstruction policies used to punish perceived opponents and reward supporters, HRW says.

Syria co-opting aid to entrench repressive policies: Report

Palestine

'Get Israel off our backs': Palestinians react to Kushner plan

Economic plan fails to address main problem stunting Palestine's economy - Israel's occupation, experts say.

'Get Israel off our backs': Palestinians react to Kushner plan

European Elections 2019

Merkel: No knowledge of nationalist song played at Croatia rally

Critics say German chancellor should confront Croatian HDZ party's 'irredentist' agenda shown at EU election rally.

Merkel: No knowledge of nationalist song played at Croatia rally