Mohammed Jamjoom

Mohammed Jamjoom

Mohammed Jamjoom is a correspondent for Al Jazeera English.

Middle East

Iraqi women protesting for a better future

Meet the women in Baghdad's Tahrir Square as they make their voices heard.

Iraqi women protesting for a better future

Middle East

Iraq's elderly encourage young protesters in Baghdad

A cocktail to combat tear gas, Al Jazeera meets the older generation committed to helping Iraq's anti-government protesters.

Iraq's elderly encourage young protesters in Baghdad

Europe

Italy migrant issue polarises public

Italy working with Germany, France, and Malta to establish a quota system for distributing migrants rescued at sea. So far, they have been unable to get potential partner countries to agree.

Italy migrant issue polarises public

Asia

Kashmir lockdown limits people's access to mental healthcare

Doctors are now warning that India's recent move revoking autonomy in Indian-administered Kashmir and its security lockdown are limiting people's access to mental healthcare services.

Kashmir lockdown limits people's access to mental healthcare

Asia Pacific

Myanmar's women trafficked to China at risk of sexual violence

Traffickers are increasingly preying on the despair of women who feel they have no choice but to seek work across the border.

Myanmar's women trafficked to China at risk of sexual violence

Asia

Rohingya refugees: Thousands at risk from flooding

Flooding and landslides make the situation for an already vulnerable population even more precarious.

Rohingya refugees: Thousands at risk from flooding

Middle East

Jerusalem Day: Iranians show support for Palestine

Iranian citizens rallies for Quds Day, also known as Jerusalem Day, in the annual display of solidarity with Palestinians, which it has marked since the start of its 1979 Revolution.

Jerusalem Day: Iranians show support for Palestine

Middle East

Attacks flare in Syria, fears over chemical weapons use

US says pro-government forces may have carried out a chlorine gas attack on Sunday in northwest Syria.

Attacks flare in Syria, fears over chemical weapons use

Asia Pacific

Myanmar quarry: Chinese road project causes division

A controversial Chinese construction project is disrupting a fragile peace in Myanmar's Kayin State.

Myanmar quarry: Chinese road project causes division

Angola

Angola drought: Millions struggle for food

UNICEF says recent rainfall in Angola has been erratic and worsening an already-severe drought.

Angola drought: Millions struggle for food

Middle East

FLN abandons Bouteflika in Algeria

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

FLN abandons Bouteflika in Algeria

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