Nicolas Haque

Nicolas Haque

Nicolas Haque is a based in Dakar, Senegal. Previously Al Jazeera's correspondent in Bangladesh from 2008-2013.

He's freelanced for over a decade, working in current affairs for TF1-French TV, CBC, ABCnews, BBC Asian Programmes Unit, Discovery and Channel 4 news in London. French of Bangladeshi parentage and raised in the United States, he holds an MA honours in Anthropology from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London

Africa

Great green wall: Villagers' defence against desertification

Al Jazeera meets Senegalese in a race against effects of climate change.

Great green wall: Villagers' defence against desertification

Africa

Guinea-Bissau: Investigations into political killings stalled

Ten years after Guinea-Bissau' parliament backs truth and reconciliation commission, government is yet to probe hundreds of political assassinations.

Guinea-Bissau: Investigations into political killings stalled

Africa

Guinea-Bissau election: Vote count for presidential poll starts

President Jose Mario Vaz seeks re-election amid stiff opposition from frontrunner Domingos Simoes Pereira.

Guinea-Bissau election: Vote count for presidential poll starts

Africa

Guinea-Bissau's presidential candidates wrap up campaigns

Incumbent President Jose Mario Vaz is running against 11 other candidates, including two of the prime ministers he fired while in office.

Guinea-Bissau's presidential candidates wrap up campaigns

Africa

Guinea-Bissau elections: Leader says he will respect results

President Jose Mario Vaz will be first democratically-elected president of Guinea-Bissau to have completed his mandate - but his mandate has been anything but stable.

Guinea-Bissau elections: Leader says he will respect results

Africa

Senegal inaugurates largest mosque in West Africa

Mouride Brotherhood raises $50m to build mosque in a country where nearly half of the population lives on $2 a day.

Senegal inaugurates largest mosque in West Africa

Middle East

Missing Ethiopian migrants being trafficked through Yemen

Aid agencies warn that human traffickers are increasingly using the country as a route to move migrants to Gulf countries.

Missing Ethiopian migrants being trafficked through Yemen

Africa

Kenya Pollution: President Kenyatta vows plastic ban by 2020

Nairobi is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world and the landfill is expanding faster than the city itself.

Kenya Pollution: President Kenyatta vows plastic ban by 2020

Africa

Nairobi commuters grow impatient with gridlock

Half of Kenya's carbon emissions come from traffic pollution.

Nairobi commuters grow impatient with gridlock

Africa

Brexit effect: UK looks beyond EU to Kenya flower farms

As Britain continues preparations to leave the European Union, demand for freshly cut Kenyan roses is booming.

Brexit effect: UK looks beyond EU to Kenya flower farms

Africa

Global Fund conference: $14bn pledged to fight AIDS

Medical group warns of AIDS' spread in Africa as international donors raise funds to combat top infectious diseases.

Global Fund conference: $14bn pledged to fight AIDS

Africa

Ethiopia dam dispute: Talks in Khartoum over sharing the water

A new dam in Ethiopia could threaten the water supply to neighbouring countries further downstream.

Ethiopia dam dispute: Talks in Khartoum over sharing the water