Nadim Baba

Nadim Baba

Nadim Baba is a Senior Producer for Al Jazeera English based in London.

Europe

Disability funding: UN criticises UK'S approach

The United Nations, earlier this year, has criticised the UK for not doing enough to support disabled people.

Disability funding: UN criticises UK'S approach

Arts & Culture

Turner Prize 2017: Political themes, diverse artists shortlisted

The winner of this year's Turner Prize ($33,000) for contemporary British artists is set to be announced on Tuesday.

Turner Prize 2017: Political themes, diverse artists shortlisted

Bosnia

Ex-Bosnian Croat general's suicide under investigation

Investigators in The Netherlands are trying to find out how Slobodan Praljak, the former Bosnian Croat general who was convicted of war crimes, managed to smuggle poison into court to commit suicide.

Ex-Bosnian Croat general's suicide under investigation

Europe

France: Macron vows to curb violence against women

Emmanuel Macron has promised a variety of measures to fight violence against women, ranging from spot fines for cat-calling to training to public sector professionals to recognize abuse, but many in France see these steps are just a beginning.

France: Macron vows to curb violence against women

Europe

Puigdemont not held, but date set for Belgian court appearance

Belgian authorities have set a Nov 17 date for the extradition trial of former Catalan President Carles Puigdemont, but has not kept him in custody.

Puigdemont not held, but date set for Belgian court appearance

Science & Technology

Can virtual reality help the future of surgery?

An international team of doctors has worked together to carry out surgery on a woman in a London hospital, but only one was in the room. Using virtual reality technology, doctors around the world were able to participate in the consultation.

Can virtual reality help the future of surgery?

Europe

Berlin project strives to forge understanding

AfD gained many votes by attacking the decision to accommodate more than one million refugees two years ago.

Berlin project strives to forge understanding

Europe

Germany elections: Far-right AfD party makes big gains

As German politicians analyse the results of Sunday's election, many are wondering how a far-right party surged into third place.

Germany elections: Far-right AfD party makes big gains

Europe

Parsons Green attack: UK police search house in Surrey

UK police are investigating whether several people were involved in Friday's bomb attack on a London Underground train, which injured 29 people.

Parsons Green attack: UK police search house in Surrey

Europe

Protesters oppose weapons sale to Saudis in London arms fair

The UK's multi-billion dollar arms sales to Saudi Arabia have been the focus of protests at an arms fair in London.

Protesters oppose weapons sale to Saudis in London arms fair

Europe

Europe's largest arms fair opens in the UK

Britain's international trade secretary has claimed the UK's arms industry, worth nearly $8bn a year, is vital for global security. Liam Fox was speaking at the opening of of the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI 2017).

Europe's largest arms fair opens in the UK

Middle East

Yemenis depend on solar power amid war

Since 2015, the city of Taiz in southwest Yemen has seen heavy fighting between Houthi rebels and government forces backed by a Saudi-led coalition. The war-torn country has also been hit by deadly floods in recent weeks.

Yemenis depend on solar power amid war