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.

Jamal Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia grilled over human rights record at UN council

Riyadh's delegation in Geneva faces torrent of condemnation over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Saudi Arabia grilled over human rights record at UN council

Jamal Khashoggi

One month after Khashoggi killing, probe makes little progress

Information on the remains of the 59-year-old Saudi journalist are still unknown as joint Saudi-Turkey probe drags on.

One month after Khashoggi killing, probe makes little progress

Bosnia

'Solidarity, understanding, humanity' welcome refugees in Bosnia

In a country with limited resources, Bosnians have been providing humanitarian assistance to migrants and refugees.

'Solidarity, understanding, humanity' welcome refugees in Bosnia

Bosnia

Refugees stranded in Bosnia allege Croatian police brutality

Croatian officers accused of physical and verbal abuse, along with harassment including theft, but deny all allegations.

Refugees stranded in Bosnia allege Croatian police brutality

Europe

The incredible story of a Bosnian concentration camp survivor

Ramiz Tiro lost 33kg in camps run by Croat forces, where he was tortured and forced to serve on the front lines.

The incredible story of a Bosnian concentration camp survivor

Croatia

How Croatia's World Cup party highlighted 'fascist nostalgia'

Observers say the inclusion of a singer who glorifies the fascist Ustasha in celebrations signifies rising intolerance.

How Croatia's World Cup party highlighted 'fascist nostalgia'

Kosovo

Are ethnic borders being drawn for a 'Greater Serbia'?

As US, EU policy shifts in region, a renewed push for Kosovo's partition and secession of Bosnia’s Serb entity follows.

Are ethnic borders being drawn for a 'Greater Serbia'?

Palestine

Residents mourn Palestinian youth killed in 'cold blood'

Arkan Mizhar, 15, is the 31st Palestinian child killed by Israeli forces in 2018 due to 'culture of impunity'.

Residents mourn Palestinian youth killed in 'cold blood'

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