Mohammed Vall

Mohammed Vall

Ethiopia

Ethiopia to ease tensions with Egypt over Nile dam

Egypt says Ethiopia is trying to control the flow of the Nile, which could threaten its water security.

Ethiopia to ease tensions with Egypt over Nile dam

Africa

Cyclone devastates Madagascar leaving at least 29 dead

Thousands have been displaced and dozens are still missing.

Cyclone devastates Madagascar leaving at least 29 dead

Asia

Kashmir: Funerals held for policemen killed in IED blast

Funerals have been held for four policemen killed in a bomb attack in the town of Sopore, about 50km northwest of Srinagar city, in the northern part of Indian administered Kashmir.

Kashmir: Funerals held for policemen killed in IED blast

Niger

Niger: Arab minority's big contributions to the economy

A tiny Arab minority in Niger today is making a huge contribution to its economy.

Niger: Arab minority's big contributions to the economy

Niger

Niger: Tuareg people living with drought and conflict

Life's tough for many living on the edge of the Sahara desert in Niger, and it's not getting any better, despite the signing of a peace agreement almost 10 years ago.

Niger: Tuareg people living with drought and conflict

Africa

Qatar's Emir in Accra on last leg of West African tour

Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani is in Ghana to expand economic ties, as Qatar remains under a blockade by four Arab countries.

Qatar's Emir in Accra on last leg of West African tour

Europe

UAE, Saudi Arabia join G5 Sahel force summit in Paris

Emmanuel Macron has made security in the Sahel a top priority, and the US and EU have contributed funds and weapons to African military force in hopes of combatting ISIL and al-Qaeda, but scepticism remains about the new force's effectiveness.

UAE, Saudi Arabia join G5 Sahel force summit in Paris

Africa

Egypt-Ethiopia tensions over new dam rise again

Al Jazeera's Mohammed Vall has visited the site of the $5bn project, which will one day be Africa's biggest hydroelectric dam.

Egypt-Ethiopia tensions over new dam rise again

Saudi Arabia

Saudi court: No compensation for Mecca crane collapse victims

A Saudi court has cleared a construction company of responsibility for the 2015 collapse of a crane in Mecca’s Grand Mosque, which killed at least 111 people

Saudi court: No compensation for Mecca crane collapse victims

Middle East

Arab Christians' plight under spotlight in Qatar conference

One of the conclusions of the talks was that a new pact needs to be made to ensure social equality and peace between religious groups in the region.

Arab Christians' plight under spotlight in Qatar conference

Middle East

Qatar welcomes Saudi move to allow pilgrims to perform Hajj

Qatar's government has welcomed an announcement from Saudi Arabia that its people will be allowed to cross the border for the annual Hajj pilgrimage.

Qatar welcomes Saudi move to allow pilgrims to perform Hajj

Middle East

US criticises Saudi Arabia, Bahrain for lack of religious freedom

US President Donald Trump's administration says the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant group remains the biggest threat to religious freedom around the world.

US criticises Saudi Arabia, Bahrain for lack of religious freedom