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

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Pompeo in Senegal: Africa caught in US-China trade war

The US is sending mixed messages to the continent, they want to do business, but are not open to all African countries.

Pompeo in Senegal: Africa caught in US-China trade war

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Silencing dissent in Cameroon: Tension between youth and gov't

Paul Biya will be in his mid-90s by time he leaves power, making him oldest living state leader.

Silencing dissent in Cameroon: Tension between youth and gov't

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Cameroon boosts security after suspected separatist attacks

Police in Cameroon are on high alert after a number of suspected separatist attacks in political capital Yaounde and economic hub Douala.

Cameroon boosts security after suspected separatist attacks

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The Gambia clamps down on protests against President Barrow

Protests erupt against President Adama Barrow, who pledged in 2016 to step down after three years.

The Gambia clamps down on protests against President Barrow

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Still reeling from Jammeh years, Gambians wait for justice

Three years after Yayha Jammeh fled, victims of abuse under the former regime say justice is too slow to come.

Still reeling from Jammeh years, Gambians wait for justice

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West Africa piracy: Regional navies work to curb maritime crime

West African states to discuss tackling piracy as region prepares for oil, gas discovered in Senegal, Mauritania waters.

West Africa piracy: Regional navies work to curb maritime crime

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'Hundreds of thousands' killed by counterfeit medicine in Africa

World Health Organization sounds alarm as West African leaders move to crack down on huge illegal trade.

'Hundreds of thousands' killed by counterfeit medicine in Africa

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Guinea protests: Massacre survivors rally against President Conde

As thousands protest against president's attempt to extend rule, survivors of 2009 mass killings join in, saying grievances not addressed.

Guinea protests: Massacre survivors rally against President Conde

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Drug trafficking: Guinea-Bissau used as transit point

Anti-narcotic agencies say Latin American traffickers use Guinea-Bissau as a transit point to Europe.

Drug trafficking: Guinea-Bissau used as transit point

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Zimbabwe doctor strike: Healthcare system is on the brink

Abandoned by a broken health system, many people in Zimbabwe are left to cope however they can or left to suffer alone.

Zimbabwe doctor strike: Healthcare system is on the brink

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Zimbabwe economy: Dire blackouts affect jobs, manufacturing

Summary: Hydroelectric power cuts affect services, jobs while pushing Zimbabwe's economy to brink of collapse.

Zimbabwe economy: Dire blackouts affect jobs, manufacturing

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Deadly drought in Southern Africa leaves millions hungry

United Nations says Southern Africa is experiencing worst drought in a century, 45 million people in 14 countries are in need of urgent assistance.

Deadly drought in Southern Africa leaves millions hungry