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

Senegal qualifies for FIFA 2018 in Russia

The 2002 FIFA World Cup quarter-finalists Senegal have qualified for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Senegal qualifies for FIFA 2018 in Russia

Africa

Senegal rebels: Astron's mining plans 'an act of war'

Rebels in southern Senegal say an Australian company's plans to mine for zircon, a rare mineral used for making mobile phones and nuclear power plants, amounts to "an act of war".

Senegal rebels: Astron's mining plans 'an act of war'

Africa

UN chief calls for peace in Central African Republic

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is calling on militia groups in Central African Republic to put down their weapons.

UN chief calls for peace in Central African Republic

Africa

UN chief calls to disarm armed groups in Central African Republic

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is calling for militia groups to put down their weapons in violence-plagued Central African Republic.

UN chief calls to disarm armed groups in Central African Republic

Central African Republic

UN chief visits areas of conflict in Central African Republic

The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has visited one of the regions worst affected by the increasing violence in Central African Republic.

UN chief visits areas of conflict in Central African Republic
UN chief in CAR: Peacekeepers accused of sexual abuse

Human Rights

Senegal child marriage: 'I am not angry at my mother any more'

Marriage before the age of 18 is common in rural Senegal, nearly one of three girls gets married as a child.

Senegal child marriage: 'I am not angry at my mother any more'

Africa

Sierra Leone bans jogging in groups

Sierra Leone's government is banning jogging in groups.

Sierra Leone bans jogging in groups

Asia

Drawings by Rohingya children reveal the horrific experiences

A quarter of a million Rohingya children have fled Myanmar since the latest outbreak of violence last month. Many have a hard time speaking about what they've seen. Instead, they draw pictures to help cope with horrific scenes they’ve experienced.

Drawings by Rohingya children reveal the horrific experiences

Asia

Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army calls for armed struggle

The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) is calling for an armed struggle against Myanmar forces.

Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army calls for armed struggle

Asia

Thousands orphaned by Myanmar violence against Rohingya

The Aid agency Save the Children warns that more than 600,000 Rohingya children could be in Bangladesh by the end of the year. Many of them will probably be orphans who will need urgent assistance.

Thousands orphaned by Myanmar violence against Rohingya

Asia

Rohingya Hindus now face uncertainty in Myanmar

Despite international condemnation at the UN General Assembly and cautious words of assurances, Rohingya Muslims continue to flee their country.

Rohingya Hindus now face uncertainty in Myanmar