Mohammed Adow

Mohammed Adow

"Mohammed Adow is an Al Jazeera roving correspondent based in Doha. He has more than 15 years of experience reporting from across Africa.

Mohammed has filed exclusive reports for Al Jazeera about the Ogaden fighters who have been battling to achieve an autonomous state in eastern Ethiopia. He has also reported from the Rift Valley and elsewhere in Kenya about the post-election violence that rocked the nation, and covered conflicts in Somalia and Sudan."

Africa

Kenyan flood rescue missions hindered by havoc

Fears toll of 120 people may rise as rescue workers struggle to reach remote areas due to damaged roads and bridges.

Kenyan flood rescue missions hindered by havoc

Africa

Searching for Kenya flood victims after scores killed

People in west Kenya are looking for relatives still missing after landslides and flooding killed dozens and displaced more than 80,000.

Searching for Kenya flood victims after scores killed

Africa

Kenya mudslides: Tens of thousands displaced in floods

Kenyan government has mobilised workers to rebuild sections of the road and bridges washed away by the floods.

Kenya mudslides: Tens of thousands displaced in floods

Africa

Planet SOS: Millions displaced as Somalis flee widespread drought

Two years after the previous drought ended, Somalia is again facing one of the driest rainy seasons in more than three decades.

Planet SOS: Millions displaced as Somalis flee widespread drought

Africa

Fighting al-Shabab: US trains elite Somali forces

Somali government officials say this elite force is comprised of soldiers from almost all of Somalia's tribes and clans.

Fighting al-Shabab: US trains elite Somali forces

Africa

Somalia: About 5,000 Sufi fighters join army

For 10 years, Sufi fighters have fought al-Shabab and managed to retake the group's strongholds in the windswept plains of central Somalia.

Somalia: About 5,000 Sufi fighters join army

Africa

Nigeria: Displaced women live in fear as incidents of rape rise

The Abagena camp in the city of Makurdi was supposed to be a refuge for the people, but most people don't feel safe here anymore. A sharp increase in rape of women and young girls is bothering the community.

Nigeria: Displaced women live in fear as incidents of rape rise

Africa

Nigerian ethnic violence: Conflict amplifies religious divide

An imam and a pastor have been mandated to try to heal the divide.

Nigerian ethnic violence: Conflict amplifies religious divide

Middle East

Sudan's defiant protesters continue sit-in

Their aim is to increase pressure on the military leadership to hand over power to civilians.

Sudan's defiant protesters continue sit-in

Middle East

Sudan's journalists enjoy media freedom since al-Bashir's removal

With censorship and media harassment gone along with the deposed regime of Omar al-Bashir, no topic is off limits any more.

Sudan's journalists enjoy media freedom since al-Bashir's removal

Middle East

Sudan in transition: Long delays for basic necessities

The fuel crisis, shortage of bread, and electricity outages are posing a major challenge for the country’s Military Transitional Council (MTC).

Sudan in transition: Long delays for basic necessities

Africa

Comoros election: Opposition members say polls unfair and rigged

Incumbent President Azali Assoumani tipped to win election as opposition calls for more transparency.

Comoros election: Opposition members say polls unfair and rigged