Mohammed Jamjoom

Mohammed Jamjoom

Mohammed Jamjoom is a correspondent for Al Jazeera English.

Middle East

FLN abandons Bouteflika in Alergia

The head of the President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's own National Liberation Front has said that the party now supports the popular movement in Alergia.

FLN abandons Bouteflika in Alergia

Algeria

Algeria protests grow as Bouteflika adamant on fifth term

President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's troubles increase as Algeria sees the biggest demonstration in nearly 30 years.

Algeria protests grow as Bouteflika adamant on fifth term

Latin America

Venezuela's indigenous migrants struggle to preserve traditions

Indigenous groups who fled their country's political and economic crises are among some of the most vulnerable migrants.

Venezuela's indigenous migrants struggle to preserve traditions

Venezuela

Venezuela crisis: Dozens hurt in violence near border

Al Jazeera gains exclusive access to a hospital in Brazil where Venezuelans injured in the latest protests tell their story.

Venezuela crisis: Dozens hurt in violence near border

Latin America

Venezuela-Brazil border violence: Reports of at least 25 killed

Reports of more people killed at Venezuela's border with Brazil as protesters fight in a showdown over aid.

Venezuela-Brazil border violence: Reports of at least 25 killed

Venezuela

Venezuelan migrants clash with troops

Accusations over who started unrest traded after basic aid supplies crossed border into Venezuela.

Venezuelan migrants clash with troops

Venezuela

Venezuelans forced to seek basic medical care in Brazil

Political and economic turmoil has put the country's health system on verge of collapse.

Venezuelans forced to seek basic medical care in Brazil

Latin America

Venezuela crisis: More migrants cross into Brazil amid standoff

On Brazil's border with Venezuela, hundreds of Venezuelan migrants continue to cross into Brazil each day in search of a better life.

Venezuela crisis: More migrants cross into Brazil amid standoff

Middle East

UN: Efforts for Yemen ceasefire deal 'beginning to pay off'

Yemenis affected by devastating war remain cautious after repeated violations of deals between Houthis and government.

UN: Efforts for Yemen ceasefire deal 'beginning to pay off'

Asia

India's farmers frustrated by insufficient government help

Farmers are demanding loan waivers and better prices for their produce.

India's farmers frustrated by insufficient government help

Asia

India: Thousands of ex-army members protest unpaid pensions

It is the first of many planned rallies by groups fed up with India’s worsening socioeconomic conditions.

India: Thousands of ex-army members protest unpaid pensions

Latin America

The story behind Venezuela's self-declared interim president

Venezuela is in the middle of a deepening political and economic crisis since Juan Guaido's surprise move.

The story behind Venezuela's self-declared interim president