Mohammed Jamjoom

Mohammed Jamjoom

Mohammed Jamjoom is a correspondent for Al Jazeera English.

Tunisia

Tunisia's tourism sector hopes for a quick recovery as borders reopen

For Tunisia's economy, tourism is crucial as restaurants, businesses and hotels await the return of visitors after the coronavirus lockdown.

Tunisia's tourism sector hopes for a quick recovery as borders reopen

Middle East

Tunisia: Hopes of tourists' return as country reopens

As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases declines, the government has set June 27 as the date for reopening.

Tunisia: Hopes of tourists' return as country reopens

Asia

COVID-19 spreads in cramped Rohingya refugee camp

The UN refugee agency has been constructing isolation shelters and quarantine facilities but infections continue to rise.

COVID-19 spreads in cramped Rohingya refugee camp

Coronavirus pandemic

With the stage dark due to coronavirus, theatre goes online

Theatre companies go digital as they seek to adapt to COVID-19 lockdowns and support those in need.

With the stage dark due to coronavirus, theatre goes online

US & Canada

Theatre companies go online to save industry amid lockdown

Theatre goes online in the US as actors and playwrights raise money for children in need.

Theatre companies go online to save industry amid lockdown

Asia

Rohingya refugees sent to 'flood-prone' island off Bangladesh

Rights activists are concerned about the health of Rohingya refugees who have fled Myanmar.

Rohingya refugees sent to 'flood-prone' island off Bangladesh

Coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus effect on reading on World Book Day

Will the pandemic turn off bookshops' lights for good, or will it help the industry thrive?

Coronavirus effect on reading on World Book Day

Arts & Culture

How are people celebrating World Book Day in lockdown?

Booksellers and authors are getting creative with their methods to connect customers and readers to mark World Book Day in the time of COVID-19.

How are people celebrating World Book Day in lockdown?

Asia

South Asia braces for coronavirus

Concerns have been growing about the toll the coronavirus could take in the region.

South Asia braces for coronavirus

Human Rights

Virus restrictions prevent aid delivery

Travel restrictions and border closures are making it much harder for humanitarian agencies to deliver aid.

Virus restrictions prevent aid delivery

Coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus pandemic leaves refugees vulnerable

From Bangladesh to Northern Syria, coronavirus brings added misery to refugees already struggling to survive around the world.

Coronavirus pandemic leaves refugees vulnerable

News

Coronavirus outbreak: Death toll rises to 17 in northern Italy

As of February 27, the number of confirmed cases in Italy stood at 650, mostly centred in the country's north.

Coronavirus outbreak: Death toll rises to 17 in northern Italy