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.

Bosnia

Serb Chetnik gathering in Bosnia's Visegrad raises alarm

Authorities urged to act against far-right movement amid warnings over rise in regional ultra-nationalism.

Serb Chetnik gathering in Bosnia's Visegrad raises alarm

Al-Aqsa Mosque

What's behind the unrest at Al-Aqsa's Bab al-Rahma?

Palestinians see any change in status quo a step towards partitioning holy site, building the Third Temple over Al-Aqsa.

What's behind the unrest at Al-Aqsa's Bab al-Rahma?

East Jerusalem

Did the PA play a role in Jerusalem home sale to settlers?

A home in the Old City sold to settlers has raised questions about possible involvement of the Palestinian Authority.

Did the PA play a role in Jerusalem home sale to settlers?

Srebrenica

Canadians launch petition to ban Srebrenica genocide denial

Denial of the 1995 genocide in Bosnia has become mainstream among Serbian political and academic circles, analysts say.

Canadians launch petition to ban Srebrenica genocide denial

Bosnia

Is Croatia undermining Bosnia’s sovereignty?

Croatia's demands to reform Bosnia's electoral law are viewed as dangerous interference in its neighbour's affairs.

Is Croatia undermining Bosnia’s sovereignty?

Palestine

Palestinians battle home evictions in East Jerusalem's Silwan

The settlers' takeover of Batan al-Hawa is 'the most extensive expulsion process' in recent years in East Jerusalem.

Palestinians battle home evictions in East Jerusalem's Silwan

Gaza

'Life is all about trying': Disabled Palestinians defy challenges

Despite the obstacles, Palestinians in Gaza show a strong will to defeat their disabilities and achieve their dreams.

'Life is all about trying': Disabled Palestinians defy challenges

Palestine

Israel 'moving rapidly' towards annexation: UN envoy

New settlement in Hebron seen as reaffirmation of Israel's intent to remain permanently in occupied West Bank.

Israel 'moving rapidly' towards annexation: UN envoy

Middle East

Shuafat demolition to tighten 'Israel's control over Jerusalem'

Israeli authorities demolished 16 shops, affecting the livelihood of more than 60 families in the refugee camp.

Shuafat demolition to tighten 'Israel's control over Jerusalem'

Israel

Israel: Embattled Netanyahu warns of 'irresponsible' snap vote

Analysts say an upcoming election would bring about little change in the status quo of Israeli politics and discourse.

Israel: Embattled Netanyahu warns of 'irresponsible' snap vote

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