Nadim Baba

Nadim Baba

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

Europe

UK's Labour Party to vote on launching second Brexit referendum

Britain's main opposition party is keeping its options if the government's talks with the EU fail.

UK's Labour Party to vote on launching second Brexit referendum

Europe

'Radioactive mud' dumping alarms activists in Wales and England

Environmental campaigners say the mud being dumped into the sea by the nuclear plant may contain dangerous radioactive materials.

'Radioactive mud' dumping alarms activists in Wales and England

Europe

Venice film festival: Netflix to show own productions

The online streaming giant has faced mixed a mixed reception in the world of filmmakers.

Venice film festival: Netflix to show own productions

Europe

Documentaries under Venice Film Festival spotlight

Effects of ISIL’s ideology in Iraq and Khmer Rouge in Cambodia generated much interest in the festival that usually attracts people with movie premieres and big names.

Documentaries under Venice Film Festival spotlight

Italy

Venice Film Festival: Organisers sign gender parity pledge

The Venice film festival has followed in the footsteps of Cannes and signed a gender parity pledge.

Venice Film Festival: Organisers sign gender parity pledge

Cinema

Venice film festival: 75th annual celebration begins

Lights, camera, action: Venice rolls out the red carpet for its Film Festival and Al Jazeera takes a sneak peak at this year's contenders for the Golden Lion.

Venice film festival: 75th annual celebration begins

Europe

Venice Film Festival kicks off award season

In recent years, the festival has had a reputational makeover, enjoying access to big-budget Hollywood movies, as well as critical hits likely to go on to Oscar glory, success and recognition.

Venice Film Festival kicks off award season

Europe

Why London's Notting Hill Carnival means more this year

Europe's biggest street party event celebrates Afro-Caribbean culture and aims to promote racial tolerance, but it has special significance this year following Windrush deportation scandal.

Why London's Notting Hill Carnival means more this year

Africa

South Africa moving to expropriate white farmers' land

Country's president says ruling party to push ahead with plans to redistribute land, without compensation for white farmers, widening concerns.

South Africa moving to expropriate white farmers' land

Europe

Report: UK aid sector 'ignored' sexual exploitation

Since exploitation of women in Haiti was exposed six months ago, a new report by the British parliament says lessons are still not being learned by the aid sector.

Report: UK aid sector 'ignored' sexual exploitation

Europe

Sweden wildfires: Worst drought in 74 years

Sweden struggles to beat back the flames as drought spreads new fear across Northern Europe.

Sweden wildfires: Worst drought in 74 years

Asia Pacific

Thai cave rescue: UK cavers say rescue will be tough

Rescuers are working out how to get the 12 boys and their coach out, including a crash course in scuba diving.

Thai cave rescue: UK cavers say rescue will be tough