Nadim Baba

Nadim Baba

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

Europe

UK: Guernsey's parliament debates legalising assisted dying

For some terminally ill patients, assisted dying is way out of their pain.

UK: Guernsey's parliament debates legalising assisted dying

Europe

Basque separatists ETA to 'cease all political activity '

The Basque separatist group ETA has issued a final communique saying its journey has ended and it will cease all political activity. For decades it used violence to push for an independent Basque state in northern Spain and southwest France.

Basque separatists ETA to 'cease all political activity '

Europe

UK: Chagos Islands descendants seek citizenship

Descendants of people from the Chagos Islands hope a proposed new law can grant them British citizenship.

UK: Chagos Islands descendants seek citizenship

Europe

UK's Corbyn backs staying in EU customs union after Brexit

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has backed the UK being in a permanent customs union with the EU, marking a major policy shift on Brexit.

UK's Corbyn backs staying in EU customs union after Brexit

Europe

Irish republican leader Gerry Adams retires

One of the most famous faces in Northern Ireland is retiring.

Irish republican leader Gerry Adams retires

Asia Pacific

Duterte denies ordering shutdown of news site Rappler

Journalists at Rappler have previously accused Duterte of using social media to generate online hate against his critics.

Duterte denies ordering shutdown of news site Rappler

Middle East

Will Trump rescind the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Trump has repeatedly threatened to rescind the agreement, which he called “the worst deal ever”.

Will Trump rescind the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Europe

Sleeping rough in Paris: Homeless numbers on the rise

In July, French President Emmanuel Macron said he wanted to end homelessness in his country by the end of the year.

Sleeping rough in Paris: Homeless numbers on the rise

Politics

Christian groups in UK concerned about Jerusalem's fate

In the UK, some Christian groups are voicing concerns about the fate of Jerusalem, the city which has a special place in popular and religious culture.

Christian groups in UK concerned about Jerusalem's fate

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