Natasha Ghoneim

Natasha Ghoneim

Palestine

Above the Rubble: Bedouin schools threatened with demolition

Tents for classrooms, no electricity and no computers and even still they're threatened with Israeli demolition. We take you to the undersupplied schools for Bedouin children in the occupied West Bank.

Above the Rubble: Bedouin schools threatened with demolition

Middle East

Bleak job prospects for youth in occupied Palestine

The unemployment rate for those with a post high-school degree is 55 percent and even worse for women at 72 percent.

Bleak job prospects for youth in occupied Palestine

Asia Pacific

Japan proposes legalising commercial whaling

Tokyo considers ending the 33-year-old ban, saying most species have rebounded, but it's facing opposition from the IWC.

Japan proposes legalising  commercial whaling

Latin America

Brazil: '200 years of work' lost in national museum blaze

Michel Temer calls 'tragic' fire at Rio de Janeiro museum 'sad for all Brazilians'.

Brazil: '200 years of work' lost in national museum blaze

Asia Pacific

Myanmar dam burst: Villages inundated by floodwater

A dam has collapsed in Myanmar - flooding villages and forcing thousands of people to flee.

Myanmar dam burst: Villages inundated by floodwater

Asia

Kashmir protests: Violence mars Eid celebrations

Hundreds protest against Indian rule in Kashmir after evening prayers on Tuesday, followed by a violent crackdown by Indian forces.

Kashmir protests: Violence mars Eid celebrations

Middle East

Abandoned tobacco factory to turn into an arts center in Iraq

Sulayminyah has, since its founding 200 years ago, been dedicated to the arts and now the Kurdistan Regional Government has dedicated six million dollars to create a cultural arts centre in the city.

Abandoned tobacco factory to turn into an arts center in Iraq

Iran

Iran sanctions: Iraqi merchants fear unknown future

New sanctions on Iran are complicating across the border in Iraq.

Iran sanctions: Iraqi merchants fear unknown future

Middle East

With ISIL gone, Iraqi Kurds still battle a weak economy

Erbil and the Kurdish region of Iraq are fighting to realise the big plans that were put on hold to fight ISIL, but now face a slow recovery from an economic crisis.

With ISIL gone, Iraqi Kurds still battle a weak economy

Middle East

Iraq: Families of ISIL members fear attacks if they go home

The wives and children of ISIL fighters who have been killed or imprisoned are afraid their communities will attack them if they go home.

Iraq: Families of ISIL members fear attacks if they go home

Middle East

Former teenage ISIL members join rehab programme in Iraq

Al Jazeera met some of the teenagers in Erbil, where they're taking part in a rehabilitation program to turn their lives around.

Former teenage ISIL members join rehab programme in Iraq

Middle East

ISIL sleeper cell attacks remain a threat in northern Iraq

The local government says that the attacks are intermittent and locals do not expect that ISIL will gain any momentum in the Kurdish region of Iraq.

ISIL sleeper cell attacks remain a threat in northern Iraq